I was pregnant again...very briefly.
Looks like Baby C was nothing more than a chemical pregnancy.
When all hope looked lost for an ovulation this last time around I ovulated on CD33 just like the previous cycle.
Obnoxious that I'm ovulating on CD33, but hey...at least I'm ovulating and at least I'm ovulating regularly.
Anyway, my cat informed me that I was pregnant and so I took a test at only 10 days past ovulation.
How, do you ask, did my cat tell me I was pregnant?
He started sleeping with me again. Most of you won't remember this but during my pregnancy with Jett my cat started sleeping up next to me instead of at the foot of the bed or in his cat bed. Well, at 8DPO he started sleeping with me again so at 10DPO I took a test.
Lo and behold...it was positive.
I took a test every day from that point on and the line got darker up until 13DPO. Then at 14DPO it was definitely not any darker, but not lighter either.
But I had a sneaking suspicion that this pregnancy was not going to continue.
That night my cat didn't sleep with me.
And at 15DPO the line was so faint that it was almost non-existent.
And later in the day...it was gone completely.
My cat is my new early pregnancy detector.
So, there you have it, 3rd pregnancy ended almost as soon as it began. I would have only been 4w1d when the line disappeared, if I was a normal person I wouldn't have even known I was pregnant.
I wish I didn't know.
That's 3 pregnancies, 2 miscarriages and only 1 baby. My statistics are looking dreadful.
Though my ovulation statistics are looking AMAZING. Only 5 ovulations but 3 pregnancies.
So there's a bright side.
At least, I'm going to pretend there is.
I'm sad. But I'm not as sad as I was with the first miscarriage. This is just a drop in the hat compared to that.
But it sucks, it really really sucks.
Not only am I plagued with infrequent ovulation and LONG cycles that make getting pregnant anything but simple but apparently getting pregnant isn't all I have to contend with as we add a 2nd miscarriage into the mix.
Now just waiting for my period...and onto the next cycle.