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.
You can start trying to conceive as soon as YOU feel physically and emotionally ready.
Chances are very good.. They say that something like 75% of women who have a miscarriage go on to have healthy, normal pregnancies. Check out this article on trying to conceive after a miscarriage: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.html
ive recently had a miscarriage 2 weeks ago and still have some bleeding. we want to try again and i think there a chance u can conceive straight away hope so anyway :(
Of course not. It is however more dangerous and more difficult for a woman to conceive and carry a child to term after 40.
It's not risky, it just depends on what caused the miscarriage, what was performed for the miscarriage and how far a long you were when you had the miscarriage. I am four months pregnant after two miscarriages and everything is going great. Check out this article for advice on trying to conceive after a miscarriage: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.html
Can you be more specific on your question? If you had a miscarriage, you had a miscarriage. There's nothing you can do.
Pandas breed the same way that other mammals breed but it's a lot more difficult for them to conceive.
As a Registered Nurse who worked in this specialty, you can conceive as soon as you ovulate (your egg is discharged from the ovary) and you have intercourse. A miscarriage should not change that in any way. Most women ovulate monthly unless there is extreme stress, poor diet or low body weight of the woman.
Well, at that time it gets a bit difficult to separate between miscarriage and premature delivery, but sure.
Yes it is. Check your BMI. If it is between 19 and 25, that is the ideal weight to get pregnant. The more you are above or below these weights the more difficult it is. With a very low BMI you may stop ovulating. With a high BMI you may stop ovulating, the sheer act of getting the sperm in the right place is difficult and if you do conceive you are more prone to varicose veins, high blood pressure and diabetes. The baby is also at risk from the high blood pressure and diabetes and it is much more difficult to check if it is grwoing properly. Labour and delivery are much more difficult if the mother is obese and of course an operative delivery is much more dangerous if the mother is very overweight.
If you are planning on starting to try to conceive again, I recommend reading this article: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.HTML Also talk to your doctor. You could try to conceive again or take time to grief and try again when ready.
I was told to wait one cycle then try again!