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January 13th, 2013, 07:54 PM
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I m/c back at the end of November @ 9 weeks and was lucky and got af right on track just after xmas. Have not had my first follow up with my ob, but after my d&c I was told not ttc until 3 months. This month I did not use opks and didn't chart, so I'm not quite sure when exactly I ovulated, but I think it was about 6-7 days ago. We did dtd around that time (pull out method - if that's even a real method so I didn't think too much of it. But ever since then I've had ovulation/pulling sensations on my right side and had mild af type cramps the last couple days. Since my last pg wasn't too long ago, I do remember having these types of feelings during my tww before my bfp last time. Thinking there's a chance for a bfp this cycle?

Just kind of freaking out a little because I really wasn't planning on ttc til at least next cycle. I also have my ob appt in a couple days and don't want her getting mad if I am pg! Although I may just be completely crazy and imagining things!

I know cycles can be different after m/c or d&c, but anybody feel different btwn o and start of af?
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January 14th, 2013, 02:10 PM
MoonAngel702's Avatar ~Staying Positive~
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with my 1st pregnancy, I had cramping on my left side for a while in the beginning and found out later it was from a cyst on my ovary. With my 2nd pregnancy, I was really crampy before, during and for many days after ovulation. Usually (on non pregnant cycles) I just feel O cramps and they don't last that many days. It made me suspicious that I could have been pregnant. Just wanted to wish you luck! Keep us posted.
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January 14th, 2013, 03:54 PM
WorkerBeeMama's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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It's possible. Lots of women get that when they are pregnant. FX you get a rainbow BFP this cycle

Mindy & Josh
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January 15th, 2013, 09:20 PM
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Thanks for the good wishes - pretty sure I'm just crazy and a little hypersensitive right now. I had a f/u today with my ob and she cleared us to ttc after my next af. So if no bfp this time, then I am looking forward to tcc next month and am feeling better about it. She said she will monitor me more closely once I do become pg, so that's good to know. With my m/c, my first appt (when I found out) was at 9 weeks, so it always left me wondering if there was something that could have been done had I gone in sooner.

Is still pretty early to test, so just waiting it out!
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