Can I Try After 2 Months

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sara - December 13

hi. i had a miscarriage in oct this year. since then i have had 2 normal u think i should try this month(dec), or wait for another. i am keen to try. and feel ok about it safe???any advice?


Kristen - December 14

my doctor told me that it is ok to try again after having one normal period. so if you feel good about tring again then go for it and good luck.


r - December 14

My doc. said the same thing, just wait one period and start trying again. Good luck,


Karen - December 15

I'm with you - going through 2nd m/c right now and we plan on starting back in Feb. Ready to get pregnant and keep it the whole term - this is so frustrating!


Missy - December 23

Hi, This was my second Miscarriage and my Doctor was very stern about me waiting 3 months before trying again. good Luck.


Michele - December 23

First, sorry for everyones losses. I had my 1st m/c in Oct of this year, had a regular period in Nov and have just found out that I am pregnant now. I'm kinda scared though because my HCG levels are low, only 38. Good luck to everyone. It will happen when it is supposed to.


Elizabeth - December 23

Dec 17th was the worst day of our lives so far, our first mc. My doctor and all the internet research I have done said to wait until you have one full cycle. This indicates your body is healed and ready to go, just make sure you are ready emotionally. My husband and I WILL be trying as soon as I have my next period. I have had thoughts of trying now, but don't want to push another mc into happening. Good luck and remember everything happens for a reason.


Erika - January 21

Hello I'm 2 and a half moths pregnant ..this is my first baby. im really scared because sometimes i m get a abdominal pain and i wanted to know if thats normal


tara - January 21

Hi Erika; abdominal pain while pregnant is completely normal. I'm almost 2 1/2 months as well, and get them all the time. The only time you need to worry is if you get cramps while bleeding...other than that try not to worry your self at all.



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