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March 15th, 2013, 02:02 PM
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I am so very sorry for your losses. After your loss at 12 weeks it is possibly taking your body a little longer to adjust back to normal. It could be your hormone levels returning to normal causing the different lengths in your cycles. I don't think that your basal temperature being higher at the beginning of this cycle is an indication that you wont ovulate, sometimes that can be caused by environmental factors (if you had a cold, or you started sleeping with a heavier blanket, or if it is just warmer in your bedroom). As long as you see an increase from there at ovulation time I think everything is alright. It is so easy to get discouraged after a loss but hang in there! I would also discuss some of your concerns with your doctor and let them know that you have been having some strange cycles since the loss. It is probably normal but I like to run everything past my doctor when possible. Best of luck to you and I hope you get pregnant with your rainbow baby very soon!

Cautiously expecting Seamonkey #2 Due Oct 4th

Missing our angels:
Molar pregnancy loss (12 weeks) - 1/2013
Missed Miscarriage (10 weeks) - 6/2013
Early Miscarriage (5 weeks) - 12/2016

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