Post # 1
Ok, I’m asking your opinions bc sometimes I think women that are TTC are experts over the doctors!
Just wondering if this could even be anything: Here are the TMI details:
Got pregnant our first time trying, but miscarried at 5 weeks on September 25th.
Bled for 4 days, ‘normal’ mc, no complications. Ultrasound checked out to be fine. (ie. everything passed and I’m in good shape). Now I feel totally back to normal.
Began trying again on Friday October 5th – bc I was feeling good and really ‘in the mood’ – TMI *lots of EWCM* – could I have even ovulated that soon? That was only 10 days after mc.
Suddenly got nauseous today and my temp is up.
Could this be something? Or am I really reaching and imagining things? Is it possible to feel something a couple days past conception, IF I even conceived?
Post # 3
A lot of women are actually more fertile in their 1st cycle after a miscarriage. It’s totally possible that it happened!
Post # 4
I second this ! It’s completely possible the nausea could be from the rise in hormones. Here’s hoping for a BFP this cycle 🙂
Post # 5
@Sunshine09: From what I’ve read, most women don’t experience nausea until around 6-8 weeks because the hormones aren’t high enough yet. Maybe your nausea is related to ovulation? I know some women have it around that time, and that would be explain your temp increase. Since implantation doesn’t start until 7-8DPO, it’s unlikely that your nausea is a pregnancy symptom. HOWEVER, it sounds like you had sex right before ovulation, so you could definitely get pregnant this cycle! Good luck!!!
Post # 6
@Sunshine09: i get nausea nearly every TWW, and have never been pregnant. I especially suffered from it a year or so ago with a different pre-natal that I was on – ugh, it was horrible, and I was sure it was “morning sickness” each time. Most people say they don’t start getting morning sickness until 6 weeks or so, so I doubt that’s what you’re experiencing… but who knows.
All the very best – hope it is good news!