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How long after a miscarriage does your fertiliy return?

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2005-11-29 17:43:18
2005-11-29 17:43:18

Having a miscarriage doesn't mean someone's infertile, so in that regard fertility doesn't need to return. A woman can get pregnant again when they start having their period again (which means they're producing eggs again), but I would expect the time to recover from a miscarriage both physically and mentally to differ from person to person.

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