So, as you reader(s) know, I have been TTC for over a year now and last month I had an early miscarriage, or chemical pregnancy. I've heard that the month after a miscarriage can be different in a lot of ways. Some woman are more fertile after a miscarriage. Some woman don't ovulate at all for a month or more after a miscarriage. Some ovulate very late, causing them to have a longer than normal cycle.
I fall into the last group! Today is CD (cycle day) 28 and I finally got a positive OPK today. My cycles are generally around 32 days long and I usually ovulate around CD18-22. I was really starting to think it wouldn't happen this month, which really ticked me off. I mean, I lost my pregnancy, wasn't that enough? I shouldn't have to lose a month of trying on top of it.
However, the timing isn't what I was hoping for. I have my first appointment at my Reproductive Endocrinologist tomorrow. I'm not sure what to expect, so I planned to *ahem* abstain today. Oh well.
So here's to a long TWW (proceeded by a four week wait). Aunt Flo should be due for her visit around 7/30-7/31 if my leutal phase is it's normal 11-12 days.
I feel like in a small way this cycle is easier on me because I have my appointment tomorrow as "back up". Of course, I want to get pregnant this month, but if Aunt Flo arrives, at least I will hopefully be armed with new information about myself and with any luck, a plan!
Stay tuned tomorrow for details on my appointment!