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how long after a m/c can i fall pregnat again?

i recenty had a m/c and was devestated. i have compleatly stopped bleeding now and the hospital have said all the pregnancy tissue has passed... i was wondering how long do you think it will take for me to get pregnant agin as i was trying for over a year with the first one.... and how long should i wait before trying again ?..... im so scared the m/c i had could have effected my next pregnancies...
i also have a retvoverted uterus could this affect anything in teh future ?
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964234 tn?1331949207
Sorry for your loss =( You should wait at least one cycle before you get pregnant again just so you know your body is working property again after being through such a traumatic experience.  I had a miscarriage last year at almost 12 weeks, I had to have a d&c to get the tissue out so I waited 3 cycles recommended by my doc.  I got pregnant on the 4th month and now am 33 weeks along.  Having a miscarriage is just something that randomly happens in most cases.... one out of four pregnancies in fact.  Nothing you did or didn't do and it shouldn't affect your next pregnancy.  Good luck!
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1233034 tn?1383323261
I got pregnant roughly two weeks after my miscarriage...completely unintentional.  I miscarried at 8 weeks this past April and am approaching 8 weeks again this week...I'm just holding my breath til I can pass that point.
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I also accidently got pregnant a week after miscarriage, so it's definetly possible to get pregnant right after, it's just a good idea to wait at least a month afterward to let your body heal.
My doctor told me that we were more likely to get pregnant after miscarriage. (He told me this after I accidently got pregnant, of course)
I hope you heal well and will have a healthy, happy pregnancy in the future. :)
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1285651 tn?1319642429
I'm sorry to hear about your loss. I know how hard it is to lose a baby at any point in pregnancy. After I lost my first baby at 11 weeks I wanted to try again right away but my OB told me that the m/c rate would increase 50% if we didnt wait a few cycles to let my body heal. We listened and didnt start trying again until a few cycles later and were surprised to get another BFP so soon. Sadly though that pregnancy also ended in m/c at 5-6 weeks along. If I could go back I would have waited a lot longer for my body to heal. The only advise I can give is to wait until you feel ready again. But make sure you give the proper time to grieve the baby that you lost. Sorry again to hear about your m/c. I'm here if you need someone to talk to. Good luck and take care.
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