Is there a possibility of getting pregnant after miscarriage?
Yes! depending on the woman and how her body functions
Yes. The mere fact a woman has had a miscarriage does not exclude the possibility she can conceive again and hold the baby to full term. It is true however, that depending on the cause for the miscarriage, she would not be able to get pregnant again. The woman would have to consult a gyneacologist for evaluation of her unique circumstance.
If you took a pregnancy test and it was positive and then a week later a pregnancy test was negative could you have been pregnant and had a miscarriage?
If you started to bleed soon after, then there is a possibility that you could of had a miscarriage. Pregnancy tests are not always acurrate though and that could of been the problem. If it was a miscarriage then I would go and see the docter, because you should get cleaned out nad the docter will tell you if you really were pregnant or not.
After my miscarriage, my OB/GYN suggested to wait three menstrual cycles before getting pregnant. This allows everything to get new fresh layers and everything else to be cleaned out and fresh. After my miscarriage, my OB/GYN suggested to wait three menstrual cycles before getting pregnant. This allows everything to get new fresh layers and everything else to be cleaned out and fresh.
What is the possibility of getting pregnant if the condom was inside but the opening was outside the vagina?
The conditions for getting pregnant after a miscarriage are similar to those for pregnant under "normal" circumstances. After all, a miscarriage is nothing else than an "way too early birth" of child (however small or developed). So to get pregnant: * you have to be virile overall, no reproductive problems * you have to be in the right period of your cycle * your womb is recovered from your miscarriage and "ready to receive" again…