trying to conceive after miscarriage

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Hi! I am Karla! I want to share my story with you. I had a trouble with getting pregnant for the first time. After a long time waiting I was so happy that we finally succeed. And then a cold shower. I had a miscarriage. I cannot tell you how sad I lonely I felt. My dreams are gone. I want to try again but I am afraid that this will happen again. How long after miscarriage it's best to wait before second try? 1 karla
11/7/2017
Every case is different, but unless youíve had other physical complications from your miscarriage, you can usually start once your doctor has given you the okay (which is generally after two or three normal menstrual periods). Be aware that some doctors think itís best to wait much longer (anywhere from six months to one year), so you may be advised to hold off for a while. Either way, the most important thing to keep in mind right now is that just because you may be ready physically, you might not yet be ready emotionally and could need more time to heal and grieve. If youíre nervous about suffering through another miscarriage, you might find some comfort in knowing that at least 85 percent of women who have miscarriages go on to have a healthy pregnancies the next time around. It's all up to you. How are you feeling emotionally and physical. How long you were pregnant before a miscarriage? 2 stacyS
11/7/2017
For couples who endure the heartache of a miscarriage knowing when to try again is a very personal decision. Medical experts can offer their opinions into the mix, but ultimately it is up to the individuals to decide when they are ready. Couples who try to conceive again within three months, have a greater chance of becoming pregnant. After a miscarriage, making the decision to try for another pregnancy can be difficult. If a womanís body isnít ready to support a pregnancy by the time that she conceives again, she faces an increased risk of experiencing a repeat miscarriage. It takes time for the uterus to recover and for the endometrial lining to become strong and healthy again. I agree that it's all up to your personal condition. If you are ready you can try. If you feel like you are not heal yet, you should wait much longer. 3 dorotea
11/7/2017
Hi! I am very sorry about your lost. It's hard to deal with such a great loss. Medically, it is safe to conceive after two or three normal menstrual periods if tests or treatments for the cause of the miscarriage are not being done. Some physicians routinely recommend that couples wait six months to a year before attempting another pregnancy in order to come to terms with their loss, whereas other physicians feel there is no compelling reason to wait so long. Fortunately, at least 85% of women who have had one loss will go on to have a successful pregnancy the next time, as will 75% of those who have experienced two or three losses. 4 lorena
11/7/2017
I know that you are sad now. You will always feel sadness but you will learn to live with that. You will learn how to go on with your life. I am talking from my experience. I had a miscarriage 3 years ago. I had some trouble after that and I never succeed to get pregnant after that on natural way. I had to try with ivf. That was my chance to have a baby. And I have a baby boy. The BioTexCom clinic in Ukraine helped me to make my dreams come true. It doesn't mean that you will have trouble after miscarriage. My case was something different. I just want to give you hope. I want you to know that you have a lot of chance to have a baby. Take care of your self. Health is the most important. 5 amalia
11/7/2017
ello dear. I'm very sorry for your loss. It is something difficult to overcome. After an abortion, the ovarian cycle is resumed in a normal but clear way with a certain degree of alteration while the hormonal levels are regularized, which explains the delay in the arrival of menstruation. Usually, although this is in fact something indeterminate so there is still the possibility of a new pregnancy if you do not have the respective care. On the other hand it is difficult to determine the ovulatory period, in these cases which makes it less feasible to determine the risk of pregnancy when you have unprotected relationships, and on the other hand pregnancy tests are not reliable because they can be positive while the levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) from the previous gestation are not purified. I recommend you go to your gynecologist so I can help you. Good luck 6 nickalawad
11/8/2017
Hello. Before trying to conceive again you should consult your doctor. Every woman is so individual. Someone can start trying in a month, others need half a year. You have to be sure that you are 100% fine. Also you have to be psychologically ready. There's nothing worse than losing a baby. I know how scared you are. You have to leave your miscarriage in the past. Try to think about your future. You have to be as positive as possible. Don't read all those negative stories. You will get pregnant easily. Support your husband and think about your future baby. Good luck, dear. 7 AmandaRoar
11/8/2017

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