Trouble Getting Pregnant after Placental Abruption

Trouble Getting Pregnant after Placental Abruption

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Placental Abruption

A placental abruption is a dangerous condition that occurs during a woman’s pregnancy after 20 weeks of being pregnant. It is fairly common and occurs in about 1 out of every 150 pregnancies. Not only can it cause growth problems and stillbirths with the baby, but it can cause severe bleeding that is dangers to the health of both the mother and the child. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Allow your body to heal

After having a placental abruption, it is important that you give your body time to heal before you begin trying to become pregnant once more. Many will suggest that you wait between one and two years before you try to become pregnant again.

Getting pregnant again

When your body has had time to heal, you should be get pregnant again without any further issues. There is only about a 5 to 15 percent chance of having a repeat placental abruption, but you can discuss your options with your doctor in order to determine what the best approach for you is.


Having a placental abruption can be a devastating experience, but many women have been able to get pregnant and have a healthy pregnancy after having one. If you have been trying to conceive for longer than a year, you should talk to your doctor to determine if something is preventing you from becoming pregnant.

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Alyssia Granger
Alyssia Granger | ConceiveEasy
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.