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Trying to concieve after a misscarrige

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stokoe87 · 28/05/2018 14:48

Hi there im new on here after suffering a misscarrige at 10 weeks. This happened on my wedding anniversary whilst in rome and im finding it very hard to cope with. All i want is to be pregnant again after trying for 2 years. This morning i have taken a ovulation test and says im ovulating. Should i start trying again? X

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maxiflump1 · 28/05/2018 15:00

Sorry to hear this @stokoe87. I also had a mmc at 10 weeks so Jane some idea how you feel.

Physically f you have had a positive ovulation test then no reason why you can't go for it. Think it depends on how you feel in yourself and only you can answer this

I'm part of an amazing group on here for ladies TTC after a miscarriage. Lots of support there if you fancy popping over:

TTC after miscarriage Thread 21. JKS


stellavisionandunderstanding · 28/05/2018 15:01

We had a miscarriage at nearly 13 weeks. I was advised to wait 3 months so that the lining of the uterus would be at optimal level and to minimise the risk of another miscarriage. We got pregnant 3 months later and I recently gave birth to a baby girl. I was put on progesterone pessaries and this time I had no bleeding.

stokoe87 · 28/05/2018 15:17

Thank you guys its really hard to know what the best thing to do is when you hear so many different things. There were no complications after the misscarrige so ive been told its entirely possible to get pregnant again.

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Helbelle75 · 28/05/2018 15:23

So sorry to hear this. We had a missed miscarriage at 10.5 weeks and it was devastating.
We waited a month, because I was a mess, and got pregnant the second month of trying. Dd is now 13 months.
I was advised to take baby aspirin because of my age, but the pregnancy was problem free.
I hope it all works it for you.

Moaningmary · 14/07/2018 11:25

Hi maybe this post is too late but I've only just joined. I've done the waiting and the getting pregnant straight away thing, go with what feels ok for you.

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