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HELP!!! TTC !!!!

I've been TTC for 2months with one MC to happen . MC was May 2 2016 , but I still been trying .. my period came on May 29 & didnt stay on for nothing but 3 days and the 3rd day was only drops , my boobs be sore when my period be coming but now they been sore a whole week it's been off . I been sleeping off and on but I just put that off as me not getting enough sleep. I get nauseous a lil but it pass , my stomach be cramping and allat but I brush that off , now the pink discharge and my back . My pink discharge was on June 15 ((I have the photo lol)) around that time my breast were so sore & this Sunday they came back to normal . I'm having pains in my right side but I'm just not sure. someone please help!!!!

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First of all, I don't really see a question in your post anywhere. What are we supposed to "help" you with, exactly?

Secondly, PLEASE, for the love of all things holy, learn how to use proper english like an adult! You're trying to have a baby, but your post makes you sound like an uneducated 13 year old girl from the ghetto. It's seriously the most awful grammar I've seen used in a long time. It's disheartening to me when I see women use language like this...doubly so when they're trying to become a mother. You're going to inadvertently cause your child to use similar language. 

Anyway, I am sorry to hear about your miscarriage. If your post was meant to pose a question about why you're having the symptoms that you've listed above, I would have to assume they are residual - left over from when you had the miscarriage. Losing a baby, even early on, can wreak havoc on the body. The good news is that it's usually very short lived. You may just have to wait until you start another period for things to go back to normal for you. My advice would be to see your doctor, if you haven't already done so, and simply voice your concerns to him. An exam and possibly some blood tests should give them all the info they need. 

If you are nearing your next period and these symptoms began AFTER your fertile period, there is always the chance of a new pregnancy. Sometimes women spot about 6-12 days after ovulation if conception has occurred. Alternately, some women will actually spot lightly around the time of ovulation. If you are mid-cycle and have regular periods, perhaps this is ovulation-realated. Many women cramp in the side that they are ovulating from, so that would coincide with your stomach discomfort.

Additionally, going forward I'd certainly suggest that you begin using ovulation tests, if you haven't already. They can be an invaluable tool when trying to concieve. I recall when I first started trying that I believed I was ovulating much earlier than I actually was (based entirely off of what an app had suggested for me). Once I began using opk's (a few months later) it came to my attention that I was NOT ovulating around CD14, but closer to CD20...sometimes even much later. I added basal body temping to my routine shortly thereafter to ensure that I was, in fact, ovulating.

I'm not sure if you're concerned that you may still be pregnant since your period was short and because you have had all these unusual symptoms? Unfortunately, I think it's more likely that you'd had a strange cycle because of the loss. I would take a urine pregnancy test anyway, just to assure yourself. Your natural rhythm should return, though, by your next period. 

First of all, Amyy, how this woman speaks is none of your business and to point out that she sounds like she's from the ghetto is atrocious. Maybe she DOES live in the "ghetto". Maybe she IS an African American woman who's looking for support and advice. You actually decided to start out with the most condescending, (and kind of racist) lecture about something that has nothing to do with her ability as a mother. Nice one. 

 

And to the OP: I am truly sorry for your loss. MC's are incredibly difficult. Your cycle can be pretty crazy for a few months afterwards. I would simply take a test to know for sure. 

First of all, Amyy, how this woman speaks is none of your business and to point out that she sounds like she's from the ghetto is atrocious. Maybe she DOES live in the "ghetto". Maybe she IS an African American woman who's looking for support and advice. You actually decided to start out with the most condescending, (and kind of racist) lecture about something that has nothing to do with her ability as a mother. Nice one. 

 

And to the OP: I am truly sorry for your loss. MC's are incredibly difficult. Your cycle can be pretty crazy for a few months afterwards. I would simply take a test to know for sure. 

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