Difficulty Getting Pregnant after Surgical Abortion

Difficulty Getting Pregnant after Surgical Abortion

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Many women worry about getting pregnant after an abortion.  There is no medically proven reason that women will have trouble getting pregnant again after an abortion. In fact, these women have shown that their bodies are physically able to get pregnant in the first place, so they have a good likelihood of being able to become pregnant again. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

It is a good idea to ask a doctor how long you should wait before you try to become pregnant again. Many doctors suggest that women wait a few months, on average 6 months or so, before trying to become pregnant again after an abortion, so that the body has time to heal and recover, and a woman’s cycles have time to return to normal as well.

The only time that a woman might have trouble getting pregnant again after a surgical abortion is if the uterus is perforated during the procedure. In this case, the uterus usually heals up on it’s own in a short time, and there is no reason to worry. Some cases of uterine perforation require a small stitch in the uterus, but even in this rare case, there is usually no problem getting pregnant again in the future. If you are concerned about your fertility after having a surgical abortion, talk to your doctor.

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Alyssia Granger
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