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How soon after a chemical pregnancy can I ovulate?
15 doctors weighed in

Dr. Julian Escobar
Fertility Medicine
7 doctors agree
In brief: Soon
If you have passed your pregnancy, you may ovulate within a month.

In brief: Soon
If you have passed your pregnancy, you may ovulate within a month.
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Danielle Jones
Obstetrics & Gynecology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Varies
It's impossible to know for sure, but since most chemical pregnancies involve bleeding right around the time of normal menstruation it is entirely possible that your cycle will continue as normal and you will ovulate around the same time you usually do.
Again, exact timing will vary depending on circumstances and individual cycle differences, but ovulation as usual is definitely possible.

In brief: Varies
It's impossible to know for sure, but since most chemical pregnancies involve bleeding right around the time of normal menstruation it is entirely possible that your cycle will continue as normal and you will ovulate around the same time you usually do.
Again, exact timing will vary depending on circumstances and individual cycle differences, but ovulation as usual is definitely possible.
Danielle Jones
Danielle Jones
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Dr. Andrew Silverman
Fertility Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Ovulation after +hCG
Assuming that you are pregnant ovulation will be delayed until at least 10 mos.
If you mean + ovulation test the answer is 24-48 hrs depending upon the sensitivity of the test and your body's own cycle.

In brief: Ovulation after +hCG
Assuming that you are pregnant ovulation will be delayed until at least 10 mos.
If you mean + ovulation test the answer is 24-48 hrs depending upon the sensitivity of the test and your body's own cycle.
Dr. Andrew Silverman
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Dr. Peter Baumann
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: 2 weeks
My assumption is that you were pregnant with a very low hcg titer and experienced a miscarriage.
The day that you started bleeding, i.e., having the miscarriage, would be the first day of your new menstrual cycle. If you typically have 28 day cycles, you would ovulate after 2 weeks.

In brief: 2 weeks
My assumption is that you were pregnant with a very low hcg titer and experienced a miscarriage.
The day that you started bleeding, i.e., having the miscarriage, would be the first day of your new menstrual cycle. If you typically have 28 day cycles, you would ovulate after 2 weeks.
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