Not necesarily. My sister-in-law had 2 miscarriages and then had 2 healthy children. It should not be any harder to get pregnant either because having a miscarriage does not affect ovulation. You should however wait for a while after a miscarriage to try to conceive again because your body needs a chance to rest. Try to relax and don't worry. If you do have any more miscarriages, contact your doctor or an OB because there are so many medical advances now that some miscarriages can be prevented (such as in the case of an incompetent cervix). Take care.
It does depend on what caused the other miscarriages. If it is from something like an lupus or poor hormone levels in the mother, the miscarriages can recur. You aren't usually considered to be a 'habitual aborter' - a dreadful term- until your third consecutive miscarriage.
Usually the next pregnancy will be fine. My own experience is of two miscarriages, followed by a very long time - five years - because it was so scary to face another possible loss. Everything did go well, though, in the next pregnancy and now I have a houseful of precious children!
I have had 4 living babys and 5 miscarriages. I have never found it hard to get pregnant, but it is hard once you are because you never know if you are goingto miscarrage of not. it may happen or it may not. My docotor tested one of my miscarrages to see if they could find a cause and turn up nothing. if you do get pregnant hope for the best and take care. the only way to find out is to try I know it is hard to go though, but a living child makes the risk all worth it. Good luck
Typically after three miscarriages. After three, your doctors will take more precautions when you become pregnant. For example, more blood tests for progesterone, cysts, cervical conditions... If you are trying to conceive then you may have to begin certain treatments before you become pregnant again.
Depends on why you miscarry if we are talking about natural miscarriages. If the problem is still there then yes it can happen again. If it happens in the first trimester, which is most common and is because something is wrong with the fetus, most likely it will not affect future pregnancies. If we are talking induced miscarriages aka abortion also no, unless you have complications.
There are 250,000 miscarriages every year in the UK. 1% of them are missed or delayed miscarriages. We do not hear a lot about it but in hospitals they find it "very" common. I had a scan last week and there was no heartbeat. I had a D&C two days later. I am still recovering physically and emotionally. Apparently, the main cause is chromosomic. This type of miscarriage can happen to anyone. But, it does not mean that it will happen again and again.
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