Hello everyone. I have a few questions im hoping someone can help me out with. I was pregnant with my daughter up till Nov. I delivered her at 21 weeks on Nov.6th 2012 she was a stillborn. Her heart stopped and the doctors do not know why. Well I had to have a D&C done the morning I delivered her because I could not deliver the afterbirth. I bled (sorry if T.M.I) all the way up untill Jan. and the doctors kept telling me I was having my period. Well come to find out there was still part of the placenta left in my uterus so he had to do another D&C with suction on Jan.18th. I bled for 10 days but at first it was really light. after a few days it got heavy then stopped. I was wondering if its possible that was my period or if i could have ouvlated because I am having some pregnancy symptoms (so i think it could also be me getting my hopes up). But me and my S.O have had unprotected sex A LOT!!! and i did take a test it was negative but im not sure if i tested too soon. i had positive ovulation tests 2 days in a row. Now i know your not suppose to rely on those as HPT's and im not im just wondering if I could be pregnant if it is possible but too early to tell on a test. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!On 2/2/13 i began to spot a little. im not sure if it is implantation bleeding or not..i stopped on the 28th so i dont see it being my period but never know fingers crossed that im pregnant.
After birth or even a DNC your cycle is kinda messed up. I guess the possiblity is there, but I wouldn't think so. I also would assume that your doctor gave you a time frame where you should give your body some time to heal. What did they say?
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