I've got pregant in April,2010. However, on my 5week I had a miscarrige. It happended 5th day after my expected period. So, I started bleeding on April,19th. On May, 19th my urin pregnancy test confirm my new pregnancy. I feel fine, no complications. What risks do I have now? Can I have a full term healthy pregnancy this time?
I think you will me fine.. My nephews girlfriend was prego in dec she just found out and then miscarried a few days after her expected period and then got prego that mo and is now 21weeks and everything looks fine. Good luck to you Hun
Hi, best advice is tell your doctor that you recently miscarried and are worried about the new pregnancy, they'll do all the tests possible to ensure everything is going smoothly. I've been told to do the same once I fall pregnant due to my past misfortune with pregnancy. There's a million and one reasons why a woman might miscarry so the April one may have been caused by something as small as stress so I don't see any reason why you can't have a healthy full-term pregnancy. Best of luck to you and the baby x
it makes me feel a lot better and it gives me hope as well to hear good and positive stories about pregnacy after m/c. i hope all goes well with you inngol. im also ttc after my m/c that i had a month ago! best wishes!
Thats whats going on with me. I had a miscarriage june 3 exactly a month ago today. I took 3 hpt test and they were all positive. I feel they same way i did when i found out i was pregnant the first time. help
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