Trying to Conceive After Miscarriage

on Aug 23, 2012

by Alyssia Granger

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Pregnancy After Miscarriage

Experienced the loss of miscarriage? Find out about your chances of pregnancy after miscarriage.

One of the hardest things for a woman to do (emotionally) after suffering a miscarriage is to think about getting pregnant again. There is always a tug of war there between wanting to try again so badly but also being fearful of something bad happening again. These feelings are totally normal. Today we are going to tell you what you need to know about getting pregnant after miscarriage. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Build up your strength

Take at least a couple of months to let your body heal and build up your strength again. This will also give you time to heal emotionally as well. This will help your chances of having a healthy pregnancy, by letting your body become strong again. If you try to get pregnant before your body has completely healed from your miscarriage, you run the risk of having to go through that all over again. Most experts recommend allowing yourself at least three menstrual cycles for your body to get back on track after experiencing a miscarriage.

Talk to your doctor

Your doctor might want to perform some tests to try to figure out the reason for your miscarriage. These tests might include simple blood tests or chromosomal tests to determine if hormones, immune system or chromosomes were a factor. They may also want to do an ultrasound to check you out as well. It is important to talk with your doctor before trying to become pregnant again so you do not put yourself at an unnecessary risk. Your doctor may also wish to monitor any subsequent pregnancies more closely, so it is important that you touch base with him or her.

Try to help your chances

Try to be as ready as you can to make your next pregnancy a healthy one. Adopt a healthy lifestyle if you haven’t already. Of course, try to reduce stress as much as possible. Begin taking prenatal vitamins, exercising regularly, and eating a healthy diet. All of these can go a long way in readying your body to become pregnant again. Build your body up to as strong as it can possibly be for the next time you get pregnant.

Don’t give up

It is important to remember that at least 85% of women who have experienced a miscarriage will go on to have a healthy baby. So, no matter how discouraged you may feel, remember that it is possible. Make sure to allow yourself to grieve, but also to experience the joy that a subsequent pregnancy will bring. Surrounding yourself with a close support group of people who truly care about you is a great way to help both you and your partner to heal after a loss.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

  • TriciaBrown

    How. Can I get pregnat it I already had a miscarriage 2 years ago nd I’ve been trying. But its just not working for me what should I do

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    A history of miscarriage does not necessarily eliminate your chances of another pregnancy. First, it is recommended that you have a preconception visit to your doctor in order to evaluate your current over-all health and to discuss your plans of another pregnancy, in order to be properly guided and overseen in the process. It would also be helpful to discuss with your doctor about the possible causes of the termination of your previous pregnancy in order to prevent such events from recurring in your succeeding pregnancies. In the meantime, make sure that your lifestyle is a healthy one, which means having a balanced diet, taking adequate vitamins and minerals, regularly exercising, stopping unhealthy practices like smoking, getting enough sleep, and reducing stress to a minimum. Certain healthy lifestyle changes can help boost your fertility and your over-all health, therefore ensuring yourself a healthy pregnancy in the future. Timing intercourse on your fertile days in order to get pregnant also helps increase your chances, which will require you to daily chart your reproductive symptoms. Just keep trying and also try to enjoy the conceiving process, for a little positive energy has its wonders on one’s ability to conceive. Good luck!

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  • Lynn

    I had one miscarriage and two abortions… a couple years have passed since and I finally found someone who I want to start a family with and we’ve been trying for a month give or take and I haven’t been able to get pregnant. Should I be worried?

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