Yes, it is possible to have a miscarriage before you know you're pregnant. It happens a lot more than, I think, people know about. I think a doctor can do an exam to tell if you've had a miscarriage or not, but it probably has to be soon after. Call a doctor right away if you want to know.
you could definatly have a misscarage before you know you are pregnant because some times you do have what you think are periods so you don't notice changes in your body. some people go full term with out knowing there are pregnant. but i don't think it is possible for a doctor to check if you have had a misscarge once the misscarage is complete.
Of course it is possible. If you had a miscarriage, it shows that you are definitely capable of conceiving. After a miscarriage, you should ovulate between 2-6 later depending on how far along you were in your pregnancy (as your body needs to rid itself of the hormones). It is entirely possible that you ovulated and fell pregnant. Have you had a period?
I have been pregnant before n I had my daughter who will be 5 in October than in 2007 I had a miscarriage I lost my baby girl when I was 18 weeks now I am pregnant again 11 weeks n I am already showing and bless to be pregnant again!!!!!!!!!!! I have been pregnant before n I had my daughter who will be 5 in October than in 2007 I had a miscarriage I lost my baby girl when I was 18 weeks now I am pregnant again 11 weeks n I am already showing and bless to be pregnant again!!!!!!!!!!!
Most likely not, you need (should have) 1 normal cycle before it can occur when your prog. levels drop down and you ovulate again You should have a complete cycle before becoming pregnant after a miscarriage, for safety reasons though. You can definitely become pregnant before having a period. My doctor just told me he's had women get pregnant 2 weeks after a miscarriage. It's not recommended because your body needs time to heal and get back to normal. Otherwise, if this time is not allowed, you are more at risk for another miscarriage. I had a miscarriage and ovulated 2 weeks after a d&c was performed without having a period first. However, I was not trying to get pregnant for this reason. We waited a couple months before trying just to be on the safe side. But to the question...you absolutely can get pregnant after a miscarriage even if you haven't had a period yet. You do not have to have a period to ovulate. A lot of people think if you're not having a period you can't get pregnant, so wrong, you can still be ovulating.
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