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Trying Again After A Miscarriage

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Miscarriages can be a very emotional and stressful time. You have suffered a loss. At the same time, you wonder how long should you take to recover from it before trying to get pregnant again. Then there are those thoughts about why it happened and how you can prevent it from occurring again in the future.

Reasons Behind Miscarriages

Miscarriages occur when there is a sudden loss of pregnancy before week 20, whereas stillbirths occur after that. Miscarriages are usually caused by the fetus’ abnormal development associated with its chromosomes as the embryo grows and divides. The risk of this type of miscarriage increases as the woman ages. Other causes include badly managed diabetes conditions and uterine problems.

And well, sometimes there is no reason.

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Best Time For Pregnancy After Miscarriage

It is best to heed the advice of your gynae on how soon you can try to conceive after a miscarriage. For most women, their health and fertility are unaffected by the miscarriage. Thus, there is no need to delay conception after one miscarriage. The feelings of anxiety, sadness and guilt may be overwhelming and it is good to have someone you trust to process these feelings with. Once you are ready emotionally, you can try again.
Experts opine that recurrent miscarriages affect less than 5% of all pregnancies, so there is a good chance that it won’t happen a second time. For those who experienced multiple miscarriages, your gynae may recommend a few tests to determine the cause in order to reduce the chances of re-occurrence. If a woman is suffering from issues such as ovarian cysts or uterine fibroids, the proper treatment will improve your chances of conception.

A Healthy Pregnancy After A Miscarriage

Miscarriages are an unavoidable part of life for many women and it should not deter your quest to have a successful pregnancy. If you are not experiencing any health issues, you can look at changing your current lifestyle to a healthier one to boost your chances of a successful pregnancy after a miscarriage. As always, consult your healthcare provider for measures to reduce the chances for future miscarriages.

Clearblue Can Help

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