First off, we are sorry for your loss. If you ever want to connect with other users whom many have suffered a miscarriage before, please join our conversation on the private Facebook group.
There isn’t a hard rule as to when you will ovulate after having a miscarriage. It could take up to six weeks or you may not ovulate at all in your first post-miscarriage cycle. Your body is recalibrating, and good nutrition and rest (as much as possible as you grieve) can only help.
Often, the first cycle is longer than average—because it takes longer to ovulate— but you may have a shorter luteal (i.e. post-ovulatory) phase, as your hormones slowly return to their baseline.
Once your doctor gives the approval and you feel ready to start trying again, then you can re-introduce kegg back into your routine.