I had a miscarriage on Sunday. I told myself we weren't going to try for a good while, but after looking on the net and seeing that 75% of miscarriages happen because the baby wasn't developing right makes me feel a lot better about it. I'm ok for trying again in a few months. I was just wondering since I have the prenatal vitamins, would it hurt to keep taking them? If I keep taking them do you think I would have a less chance of having another miscarriage since the baby would have the right vitamins and stuff from day one? I just don't want to try again and end up with another miscarriage. I honestly don't want to go through that again and I will do whatever it takes to prevent it.
Hi there. So sorry to hear of your loss . I'm taking pregnacare with folic acid post m/c while we're waiting to tcc. I've also got my OH some too. Pregnacare do some for him and her, and I figured it couldn't help to make sure his little swimmers are in tip top condition too! Big . You take care of yourself and good luck x x x
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