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    amberbear15
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    Pretty sure I had a miscarriage

    So I did ivf last month. Retrieve on 8-13 and put two eggs in. They are telling me I am 6 1/2 weeks but I thought I was only 5. I have had a lot of cramps and bleeding. I went in everything was okay but today was not good news. I am getting another ultrasound done now. Does anyone know how long it takes if I did have a miscarriage to try again. Will the doctor know what happened?


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    I am so sorry! If you have a natural m/c you can cycle again about 1-2 months later. If you have a D&C then 3 months... I hope you have good news though and that they were wrong...
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    I think your doctor is the best person who would let you know what your problem is. You need to trust him/her as he/she would be of more help than anyone else.


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    Amberbear15- thinking of you. Hope all went well with your u/s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attilio View Post
    I think your doctor is the best person who would let you know what your problem is. You need to trust him/her as he/she would be of more help than anyone else.
    Yes, I agree with you, the author of this post should trust his doctor. And do not be afraid to ask him questions that interest him at the moment. Because this is a very delicate matter - treatment and control.
    Without trust, there will be no result.
    It is important not to be afraid and discuss with the doctor all the questions.
    Otherwise, it turns into thoughts that will start to oppress.
    And then it turns into stress, which also hinders the overcoming of this problem.


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    I am sorry to know your story xx
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