As long as you are sure. A loss takes a hard toll on us. More emotionally than physically. And the emotionally stuff can feel physical. it took me over a year to fully process my 10 week loss. I wasn't able to start ttc right away and I think that was good in some way because I have a certain peace about it. I know I fully and completely grieved and recovered.
Take time for yourself and rest when you can!
I definitely make time to rest. That's been pretty important for me. I tried to move on too quickly, and was getting too physical, too fast. Friday and Saturday were hard... so since then, I make it a point to sit and hang out as much as possible. I'm lucky enough to have a work at home job, so I can sit in my recliner and work on the computer. I haven't been overworking myself, and that makes me feel a lot better. I'm almost 100% positive that everything is going as normal. The bleeding is down to almost nothing (maybe a drop a day), and the cramping has been gone for 3-4 days. So I am close to feeling back to normal, I hope. I'm ready for this to be over... so that I can move on. Me and hubby will refrain from DTD until the bleeding has been gone for several days... just to be on the safe side.