after having a miscarriage when did you start trying again??
this is a question for EVERYONE who has been threw a miscarriage... i wanna know after that you had the miscarriage when did you start trying again, and how did the outcome go? was it or is it a heathly pregancy? i want another baby so bad.... and im very unpatient... my OBGYN told me to wait 3 months but ive read from other post's of women not waiting, and i want advise from YOU!! im scared of something happening with my next when the time comes, i do not want to go threw what i just went threw!!! please let me know!!! thanks in advance!
this would probably be better in ttc after a loss section, I tried straight away even though my doctor advised one month waiting , ie til my first period, I had a natural miscarraige with cytotec at 7.5 weeks
I had a stillborn in December. The doctor told me there was no medical reason to wait, so we went straight into trying. I don't think I O until the 3rd month and conceived then. We had a MMC with that baby and started trying again straight way, but didn't O until after AF. I think I may be pregnant now on the first cycle.
firstly I am sorry you had to go through this and secondly none of my pregnancies were ever planned they all just happened.
I had my first loss that ended in a d&e sept 2011. I was suppose to be 11+weeks but gestational sac only measured 5.5 wks there was a yolk sac but no fetal pole. I was advised to hold out on sex for 6 weeks and to give my body time to heal at least 2 months before trying.
I was waiting for my period to come it never came 15 weeks later I found out I was pregnant and miscarrying. I was at least 5-7 weeks. This was Jan 2012 I was told to not have sex for 4 weeks and to wait at least 3 months if I was trying.
March I got pregnant, June 2012 I found out at 13.2 weeks my babys heart had stopped I had a d&e. I needed 2 units of blood a week and half later and had a repeat d&e, july 13 my bleeding completely stopped, I am still waiting for my period. I was told not to have sex for 2 weeks after the 1st d&e and I was told to wait 4 weeks after my repeat d&e. I was told to wait 3 months.
I personally feel that it has took a huge toll on my body. I have kids so to go from being able to carry my babies to losing them has been very hard on me. maybe I got pregnant too soon inbetween. I have no clue. I know it has been said if you get pregnant too soon your body may not be able to function properly.
as I stated none of my pregnancies were planned and normally I do not prevent but I can not handle another loss so I am on the pill started a week ago even though I have yet to get a period. The reason for the birth control is to help prevent me from getting pregnant too soon. I want to give my body time to heal so if it happens I know I have done all I can do and then all I can do is just hope and pray I do not have another loss.
I do know 8 days after my 2nd loss I had an ultrasound to make sure I had passed everything and I had 20 mm follicles in my ovaries. So it is possible to get pregnant very soon after a loss. I am just not ready even though I want my baby girl so bad!!!!
I had a natural mmc at 10 1/2 weeks with my first baby. It was a blighted ovum so the baby never developed. After the bleed from it, I never had another period because I was pregnant with my now 14 yr old daughter.
I had my son 4 yrs later.
I got pregnant the first month we were trying again, this past December. At 4 weeks and 4 days I had a natural mc. The doc told me I could try again as soon as I was ready. On the 6th cycle I got my BFP! (in June) That is the longest it has ever taken me to get pregnant, but I'm 37 now and I'm sure that had a lot to do with it.
Hope this helps, and sorry for your loss.
second we started trying 6 weeks after my D&E (as instructed by our OBGYN) , we lost our little angel a few days after valentines of this year. although i did ovulate the first cycle after and have been ttc'ing since the end of march. we haven't got another BFP yet but we know that it's out of our hands.
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