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Category: Miscarriage & Loss

Asked by ginamulit

Q: miscarriage

How long after you have miscarriage should you wait to get pregnant again?

This question was asked May. 20, 2012 4:32am
Category: Miscarriage & Loss

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Answered by ladyrobynne - May. 20, 2012 5:44am
when i had mine i was told to wait one cycle. the reason they tell you to wait one cycle is to aid with dating if you get pg again. it's not for medical reasons. x

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Answered by yvette72 - May. 23, 2012 5:12am
Hello, I started to mc on 8th April and actually passed my wee angel on the 14th April, I had a scan 10th April and was told that gestation of sac was 6 wks and no feotal pole, I was a day off 11wks pregnant but had lost my baby a few weeks before.I had my first af 8th May and am now ovulating and dtd as much as poss, desperate to get my bfp asap. The midwife told me to wait until I'd at least had one af before trying again xx

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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 20, 2012 5:03am
It depends on how far along you were, and what your doctor says, of course. My feeling is that if you were less than 6 weeks, you don't need to wait at all. I got pregnant the very next cycle after an early m/c, and while I was nervous until about ten weeks, my daughter is a healthy seven year old now!

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Answered by Mrsfitz - May. 20, 2012 5:29am
Hi i had a molar pregnancy in 2009 july,was pregnant again in the november my daughter is nearly 2.And i recently had an mc in january wich involved a d&c my cycle went mad i did'nt ovulate till april and got my bfp on 10th may.good luck to you x

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