^ she's right. I'm sorry for your loss. But it is a good idea to wait a month because the entire lining of the uterus goes after a miscarriage. Having a period gives the uterus lining a chance to thicken, then you'll be less likely to have another miscarriage. (Not that I listened to that. I miscarried on the 22nd of august and have been trying for a month but got my period). Hopefully you and I get pregnant this month. :) Keep me updated?
Me and hubby started trying after I stopped bleeding, I got my period and it was a really weird one, not what I'm used to, I'm glad it came and now we can safely try again, wishing everyone who's lost a pregnancy all the best wishes to get pregnant soon :)
Im 18 and i was told that you can try right when you have the miscarriage cause when you bleed after the mc its almost counted as a cycle.. thats just what i wad told but you can also ask a doctor when the best time for you to start trying again..
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