Yes you can. The concern would be what caused your miscarraige and is it likely to cause one again and scar tissue in your uterus from previous abortion. Scar tissue can cause the placenta from attaching correctly.
I myself had a miscarriage after having two successful pregnancies. A few monthsafter my miscarriageI became pregnant again and had another healthy baby. It is different for everyone and I don't know the statistics but I wouldn't worry yet if you have only had one miscarriage. Talking to a good obstetrician would be helpful.
A miscarriage that is properly treated is not life-threatening, and usually does not affect a woman's ability to deliver a healthy baby in the future. Feelings of grief and loss after a miscarriage are common. In fact, some women who experience a miscarriage suffer from major depression during the six months after the loss. This is especially true for women who don't have any children or who have had depression in the past. The emotional crisis can be similar to that of a woman whose baby has died after birth. A miscarriage is often a traumatic event for both partners, and can cause feelings similar to the loss of a child or other member of the family. Fortunately, 90% of women who have had one miscarriage subsequently have a normal pregnancy and healthy baby; 60% are able to have a healthy baby after two miscarriages. Even a woman who has had three miscarriages in a row still has more than a 50% chance of having a successful pregnancy the fourth time. http://www.answers.com/miscarriage
A hemorrhage is very heavy bleeding which is difficult to control. If you have an injury anywhere on your body and the bleeding cannot be controlled, that is called a hemorrhage. It is nothing to do with the fact it was your second abortion. Wmen can hemmorrhage while pregnant, in labor, and after the baby is born. You may hemorrhage with a miscarriage.
It is not common, but it happens. You probably conceived twins and one did not develop, it is called a blighted ovum. If you had conceived a single baby and it had not developed you would have had a miscarriage, but the healthy fetus is preventing this. As the healthy baby grows the second placenta will probably be overtaken by the good one. An area of thickening may be found when you have your baby.
Yes, you can get pregnant after two abortions. I myself had two: the forst was a medical abortion and the second was a surgical abortion. Both were done exactly a year apart to the date. Exactly a month to the date of the second abortion I discovered I was again pregnant (all three with the same partner). I now am the proud mother of a happy healthy 2 and 1/2 year old son.
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