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does anybody know what the percentage is of woman becomeing pregnant again after a miscarriage i really need hope me and my partner fell pregnant after a year and few months and i dont think i can cope if it was to take me that long again ive been tracking ovulation and doing everything right but nothing seems to be working?
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1614831 tn?1315756319
I cant say anything about a percentage, every woman is different.  I had my most recent miscarriage in Sept 2010, and am pregnant again.  For everyone the amount of time between pregnancies varies, but there is hope.  If you got pregnant once you do stand a high chance of it happening again.  Good luck hun.
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thankyou for your response :) good luck i hope it  all works out for you wish you all the best. xx
1473300 tn?1397588529
I don't know the percentage of how long it takes, but some believe you are more fertile the months following a miscarriage. I just had a m/c in June, the egg implanted and the baby never grew which is a blighted ovum. I've been told that most women who experience a blighted ovum go on to have a succesfull pregnancy. I hope you have a happy and healthy pregnancy soon. Good luck!
1751979 tn?1312682901
Aww hun. I don't really know that stats but I just gotten over my 1st m/c...I was only 5 weeks along. I'm hopeful it doesn't take long after we start trying again. I too have heard of women getting pregnant within only a couple of months after having a m/c.

Good luck!
1266942 tn?1373038925
I do not know the percentage either, but I m/c March 2010 and delievered a a beautiful baby boy 5/28/2011. All know is everyone is different. This one thing I do know is it doeen't happen until your body is ready. So take care of yourself. Good Luck
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