Miscarriages

Is it more difficult to conceive after a miscarriage?

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2015-07-16 18:11:03
2015-07-16 18:11:03

I had a misscarrige 3 years ago, afterwards me and my partner tried for nearly a year to get pregnant,i thought there must be a problem but when my daughter was only 3 months old i fell pregnant again and now have two beautiful daughters, i think maybe we must have been trying so hard the first time, it was all i could think about,and the second pregnancy wasint planned at all and i was shocked that i could get caught so quick, good luck,try to make love instead of make baby,

I had a miscarriage, and was told by my doctor that 1 in 4 women miscarriage, and that after six to eight weeks (and after a checkup) that I could try to get pregnant again, and that I did not need to worry that the first miscarriage would have any effect on me being able to get pregnant, and that one miscarriage does not mean I will have another.

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Theoretically, but it would be extremely difficult to prove.

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because sometimes the body has not returned to its normal state

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