Miscarriage

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- Feb 18, 2019 at 03:52 PM
Hello,
I had a miscarriage and I want to know in how much time it's possible to have a baby again.
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Hi,
You need to let your body heal up completely before.
Take care.
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I am really sorry to hear about your MC. I can understand that it must have been really hard for you to cope with. However, don't lose hope! I am sure things will get better. The doctors usually recommend waiting for 3 to 6 months. This time allows the body to completely heal up. Also, you will have to wait till AF is over. Sending baby dust your way.
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Sorry to hear about your loss. It must have been hard to take. I would suggest you get your tests done, right away. It's important to get a professional opinion. Miscarriages can be dangerous. Hopefully, there isn't any damage. If that is the case, then you can go for it, right away. However, don't pass on the chance to talk to a specialist. It's absolutely crucial, honey. The last thing you want is a recurring miscarriage. That would be too much. It takes a huge toll on the body as well. Good luck to you! I hope it's nothing too serious. Hopefully, you get your BFP, really soon!
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Unsuccessful labor is the most widely recognized sort of pregnancy misfortune and regularly happens on the grounds that the hatchling isn't creating normally.Symptoms incorporate liquid, blood or tissue going from the vagina and torment in the stomach or lower back. It's likewise basic to feel pity or grief.Unfortunately, the unnatural birth cycle process can't be switched once it has begun. Be that as it may, medicine or systems, for example, an enlargement and curettage can keep particular kinds of intricacies. What's more, guiding and bolster are generally accessible.
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My condolences on your loss. It must have been tough to take. It's good to see you so upbeat about going for it again. That's the only way you can persist with TTC. Good luck to you on your journey. Just make sure you get a medical examination done. Once you're done with it, get a specialists' opinion and go for it! Baby dust for you!
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An unnatural birth cycle is the loss of your infant before 20 weeks of pregnancy. The passing of an infant following 20 weeks is known as a stillbirth. Up to 1 of every 5 affirmed pregnancies end in unnatural birth cycle before 20 weeks, however numerous other ladies prematurely deliver without having acknowledged they are pregnant.
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Sorry to hear about your loss. Looks like you're doing well, though. So, this makes things easier. It's usually the feeling of not having a baby, that makes the TTC so difficult. It gets even more difficult after an MC. I know I have had that feeling. I've gone through two miscarriages. It's been a tough journey for me, too. Which is why I can relate to your situation. I can assure you things will get better for you. One thing, I've learned is that positivity is very important during TTC. Along with getting consulting your doctor regularly. That's key to conceiving. Good luck to you. I would suggest you bring this up with your doctor. My prayers are with you. I hope you get a BFP, soon!
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Hi there! I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I know it's hard but trust me time will heal the wound. You can start trying after 3-4 months. It only takes that time to recover your body. Good luck!
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I am extremely sorry to hear about your MC. I hope things get better for you. I can understand how hard this must be for you. Just stay strong and positive. Ideally, the doctors say that one should wait for the arrival of the AF after which they should try. Others say to wait till 3 to 6 months. This time frame really allows the body to heal up. Just keep checking up with the doctor. I hope the doctor has told you the reason behind this MC. It is important to know these things. I hope things go well during the TTC journey. Make sure you are eating well. Things like these matter a lot. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
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