Pregnancy After M C What Are The Chances

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jessemummy20 - February 11

Hello, i had a m/c 10th of january bled for 1 and half weeks....still no period and last night me and my partner had unprotected s_x...what are the chances of falling pregnant at this stage?? i know your meant to wait 2 months after m/c to try and conceive but things happen ... didnt know where to post so i posted this here and in the m/c part.... any help would be much appreciated

 

tryin44 - February 11

I got pregnant two weeks afterhaving a tubal pregnancy? It is very possible.

 

DownbutnotOUT - February 11

I got pregnant 2 weeks after my missed m/c and ended up having a chemical pregnancy.

 

SaraH - February 12

You can easily get pregnant after a m/c w/o ever having a period. However, I would do my best if I were you to avoid it for a cycle or two -especially if you had a D&C. After having had 2 m/c I know how devastating they can be, and I'm sure you don't need me to tell you that you don't want to increase your chance of a 2nd one. If you m/c'ed naturally then they say wait a month. This is mainly to make it easier to date the pregnancy as well as to make sure you have a little bit of time to emotionally heal. I believe, from what I've heard, that for the most part if you m/c'ed naturally that falling pregnant right away does not increase your risk of having another m/c. If you had a D&C however you should wait 2-3 cycles b/c they sc___pe and remove a large amount of the uterine lining during the procedure. This lining is essential for a healthy pregnancy as it is what the baby implants into and is what nourishes the baby until the placenta/umbilical cord are formed and big enough to take over. If this lining has not had time to build back up and heal then you run a greater chance of m/c again as the baby may not be able to implant properly or get nourishment (this often leads to a chemical pregnancy = a very early m/c). Many pregnancies that occur right after a m/c do go on to produce healthy happy babies, however, if you can it may be best to wait at least a cycle or two -especially if you had a D&C. Good luck and I am sorry for you loss.

 

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