It is very unlikely your pregnancy loss was related to a tooth infection.
There is no "normal" time after a D&E to achieve conception. Every pregnancy is different, and sometimes the factors necessary to achieve a pregnancy change , especially as people age.
Keep working on timed intercourse and stay encouraged.
Hi i was reading your post. i just wanted to let you know i too had a dnc on june 22nd. my babies heart just stopped for no apparent reason at 8 weeks 3 days. i am pregnant again. with this pregnancy i'm very worried the same thing is going to happen. june 22nd is a bad day for the both of us. hang in there. you'll be pregnant again in no time. give it a another month or two.
I had a similar experience .. at 12 week visit we heard the heartbeat ... saw the ultrasound ..everything seemed normal .. 16 week visit there was no heartbeat .. ultrasound showed baby stopped growing at 12 weeks ... we are awaiting genetic test results .. I had no signs whatsoever .. apart from nausea reducing - which is expected around that time ... I wish there were answers ... if only someone could tell us why and what we could do to prevent it the next time ....
I'm sorry to hear about your losses. I guess sometimes there are just no answers. The worst part of that is that if I get pregnant again, I will wonder at every visit if the heart beat will still be there. I would love to know exactly what caused it so that next time I can correct or avoid what ever the reason was. I had my other 3 children with me during that visit. They are 4, 7 & 9. I thought they would enjoy hearing the heartbeat...no, the 22nd was not a good day at all!
However, from reading posts like these, I have learned that this happens quite a lot (although that doesn't make it any easier) and most of the time, successful pregnancies do follow. I wish both of you lots of luck!!
I too am waiting genetic test results - my d and c was on 10/23. Does anyone know how long these test usually take? I am soooo anxious. I too had seen a heartbeat (although slow) at 8w1d, but baby measured 6w1d - then began bleeding quite consistantly and heavilly and eventually lost the HB and had the D and C....
i am with you all... i am 25 years old and had a d and c on sept. 28. this was our first child... she measured 13 weeks, but i was 15 weeks. my husband and i NEVER thought that this would happen to us. but, who does? apparently our baby was unable to undergo genetic testing, so we can only assume that there was something different about her. i don't know how long it takes to get those results back, but i would have to imagine that you will be able to find out at your post operative appointment (roughly 2 weeks from the day of the d and c). for those of you who already have children, is there a general appointment schedule that is recommended? for example, are you supposed to be seen specifically at 6 weeks, then 9, then 15... etc.