you need to wait until the bleeding stops and ure hormone levels go back to normal. i don't think u can get pregnant while still bleeding but be careful as ive heard u can get serious infections because ure cervix is still open while u are bleeding.
I firmly believe that you can get pregnant while still bleeding from a m/c. I actually felt and had fertile cervical mucus while I was still bleeding as a result of a m/c. Sure enough, 2 weeks later, my bleeding had stopped for 2 days...and returned?! I called the dr. and they said it very well could have been a period. It acted just like my normal period (slightly heavier) and then it was gone....2 weeks later, I ovulated again....which confirms to me that it actually was a period. My body actually began it's normal cycle about 7 days after the m/c. Interesting, huh? OH, and your first cycle after a m/c or pregnancy is VERY FERTILE....good luck...sorry you had to experience this, but you are absolutely not alone!
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