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April 13th, 2008, 10:27 PM
mommy jenn's Avatar Mega Super Mom2Morgan
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but i think ff is going to take them away.....

this sux so bad... i can see i will have my temp shift of 36.3 tomorrow just like alllllll the other waves.... please someone explain to me why this could be happening... i keep gettting crampy feelings twigging it felt like af was going to come yesturday and it didnt...

should i go see my doc?

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April 13th, 2008, 10:35 PM
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Yeah, that doesn't look like a thermal shift. Sorry. This is really normal after a miscarriage, so just try to patient. The miscarriage was a significant hormonal event and now your body just needs a little time to sort itself out.

Whenever your estrogen levels rise because your body is trying to ovulate, you will notice CM. When the ovulation attempt is unsuccessful, like this time - the estrogen levels come crashing down and that can cause a withdrawal bleed. That might be why you're feeling crampy, you might start bleeding soon. This doesn't always happen, sometimes your body will just keep trying again and again until it finally ovulates too. All you can really do is wait and see. There's no need to call your doctor, this is normal while your body recovers from the miscarriage. Hang in there! This will get better!
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April 14th, 2008, 03:37 AM
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I agree with Shauna.
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April 14th, 2008, 04:50 AM
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I'm sorry that you're going through all of this.
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April 14th, 2008, 07:05 AM
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thanx ladies, i agree... and now im spotting orange stuff so im hoping its af coming.... can progest make you bleed?

dont know what to think still....

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April 14th, 2008, 08:50 AM
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to Shawna as well. Sometimes it takes a cycle or two to get your body back on track. I hope that you have a normal cycle soon and get your BFP!!!

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April 14th, 2008, 06:48 PM
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I'm not really seeing a sustained shift. It might be worth talking to your doc.
Kerry (27) and DH (38)
TTC#1 w/ PCOS, Stage I endo and Slow Swimmers, Low Count (MFI)
IUI Cycle #1 - August 2008. 100mg Clomid cd5-9.
IUI Cycle #2 - September 2008. 100mg Clomid cd5-9.
IUI Cycle #3 - October 2008. 100mg Clomid cd4-8.
IUI Cycle #4 - December 2008. 100mg Clomid cd5-9; 75IU Bravelle
IUI Cycle #5 - January 2009. 5mg Femara; 75IU Bravelle. BFP! Early m/c at 4wk 2d.

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