Trying to Conceive after Miscarriage

Submitted by vipintest on March 9, 2012

While pregnancy feels like a blessing and a joy! A sudden miscarriage can be devastating and may even lead to depression. It can leave prominent scars not only on the emotional makeup of a woman, but it can also affect the couple’s relationship. Blame, anger and self doubt are very common developments after having lost a baby. The thought of trying again may not even be considered for some time. However, once things have settled, it is important for the two of you to discuss about trying to conceive after a miscarriage, especially if you wish to start a family.


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When to conceive after a miscarriage is a very important aspect of going ahead with the plan, because you need to give your body some time to return to normal after miscarriage. Being entirely unable to conceive after miscarriage will depend on the kind of miscarriage you have had. For instance, if you had a spontaneous miscarriage without any prolonged bleeding, your body should be ready to ovulate within a period of about three to four weeks.

Another important thing to consider how many months pregnant were you at the time you had your miscarriage.

If you have experienced a number of miscarriages, then it is important that you consult your doctor before you try to get pregnant. Studies have shown that about 80% of all couples that have unprotected sexual intercourse should conceive within a year. You should also make it a point to inform your doctor about any medication that you may have been on during the pregnancy in order to substantiate if it can be a root cause in the miscarriage.

Every pregnancy is difficult and each one has their own unique experience. Make sure that you start eating healthy and exercise right when trying to conceive after pregnancy.

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