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How long after you suffer a miscarriage can you become fertile again?


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2015-07-15 19:02:37
2015-07-15 19:02:37

STRAIGHT AWAY. Ten weeks ago I had a miscarriage/curette. Six weeks after that due to being careless I had another miscarriage/no curette- NO PERIOD IN BETWEEN. Now, after having protected sex once in four weeks I'm pregnant again(!)- NO PERIOD IN BETWEEN. I had HCG levels done through it all to confirm each pregnancy and loss. Warning: wait until you have had your period at least once after a currette. Its not just the emotional side of things, your insides DO need to heal. With a natural miscarriage with no curette, should be able to try when you are emotionally ready.

I just had a miscarriage and was told that you can try as soon as you feel ready depending on how far along you were. You need to make sure that you are emotionally ready, but other than that you can try right away, from my understanding you are fertil apx 14 days after you miscarry.

I think right away. I miscarried Feb 24, and although we have not been trying, I think I am pregnant again (late and have symptoms). I was only 5 weeks along when I misscarried and was told to wait 2 cycles before getting pregnant again.

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I miscarried in a week and by the following fortnight i was pregnant again. You are actually very fertile straight after a miscarriage so it is very possible.

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You can become pregnant as soon as you ovulate again after a miscarriage - usually 2 weeks after loss.

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The next month- as soon as your body is able to ovulate again. I had a miscarriage in July and got pregnant in August. With TWINS! :)

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A man can become fertile again if he is infertile through various ways. Medical analysis and improvement in nutrition may resolve the problem gradually.


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