Post # 1
My husband and I miscarriage 2 weeks ago we were giving a 3 weeks of no sex after D&C I called the hospital and asks theN if I can have sex before the 3 weeks the doctor on call said just wait 2 weeks a least so we are counting the day !! Friday will be 2 weeks from D&C !!! My husband and I were thinking about ttc again after my appoitment October 15 ! But I thin the doctor will want us to wait 1 cycle ! I am very irregular and that cycle can take forever to came ! Has any one ttc after D&C whit out waiting for 1 cycle ?
Post # 5
@catracha: First off, I’m so sorry for your loss.
I’ve never had a D&C, but… If your doctor cleared you, then I don’t see a problem with it! Most recommend to wait one full cycle to help calculate due dates and to ensure you’re emotionally ready. It sure sounds like you’re emotionally ready!! I’d say go for it!
Post # 6
I am ready !! I mean still hurt thinking about are loss but I already accepted the god knows best! I just want to be pregnat again a finally had little one in between us
Post # 7
i had this same issue. i didn’t mind waiting one full cycle, but i had irregular cycles too so i wasn’t sure how long i’d be waiting around. i would wait at least 4-6 weeks to get your period naturally. if nothing happens after that time, your doctor may prescribe you something to kick start your first period. my dr. agreed to start me on provera, but i got my period right before i got my prescription filled.
Post # 8
@thesaurus rex: thank you !! I will talk to my doctor , I hope AF cames fast 🙁
Post # 9
Waiting after a miscarriage also helps determine WHY it happened. Low progesterone perhaps? Why the rush? Take this needed time to visit your doctor or naturopath who specializes in fertility, and figure out how you can improve your chances for next time.
Post # 10
I didn’t need a D&C, but my Dr. told us no need to wait. I was always under the assumption you needed to wait at least one cycle, but he said that is not the case. I would do what your doc recommends. Good luck, I know I am anxious to get back at it as well.