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Trying To Concieve After Miscarriage
Ask your doctor...: That is a good question to ask your doctor. Some doctors will prescribe it after you have your first normal period. Others will wait around 3 months because there has been some evidence that getting pregnant too soon after a miscarriage can increase your risk of another miscarriage. Best wishes! ...Read more
2-3 months: It is normally recommended that you wait 2-3 months prior to trying to get pregnant again. Of course, it depends on how far along you were at the time of the miscarriage. Late second trimester miscarriages may require a longer period of time for your body to recover. ...Read more
How long after a miscarriage was approximately 4 weeks pregnant do I have to wait before trying to conceive again?
Waiting: I assume you mean an uncomplicated miscarriage. Reasons include 1) your HCG level from the miscarriage must fall to zero, 2) you must resume ovulating, and 3) you must re-establish a cyclic endometrium. I recommend waiting 1 full cycle after an uncomplicated miscarriage and confirming the HCG has fallen. Many doctors recommend a longer wait, but it seems arbitrary to me after 1 cycle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Relax, be happy...: A normal, healthy 25 year old without fertility problems, who wants to get pregnant, should just stay relaxed, stay happy, not think too much about getting pregnant, and smile often. Nature will take care of the rest. Soon. No special activities before or after sex are needed (which means many creative activities can be done, but aren't necessary). ...Read more
As long as you need.: Take some time to do some introspection and assure not irrational self guilt feelings are lingering. As soon as your mood permits, you can try to get pregnant again - keeping in mind that the minimum recommended interval between pregnancies is 18 months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am trying to conceive..i have a 25 day cycle ..which cycle days are best to jave intercourse to conceive?
Earlier in cycle: Since you have a shorter cycle than the typical 28 day cycle, you likely ovulate a few days earlier in your cycle than others. So I would start trying to conceive around day 10 of your cycle, that is, the 10th day after the START of your period. This could mean just a few days after you stop bleeding. Then have intercourse daily though day 14 or 15. Good luck! ...Read more
Ovulation: Women with regular cycles, have a surge in lh hormone levels that matures and ovulates (releases) the egg 24 - 48 hours later. This is the time you can get pregnant. If you have intercourse after 2-3 days ovulation, the chance of conceiving is far less but not zero. After 5 days, the chance is < 1% unless ovulation occurred later than you anticipated. ...Read more
Trying to conceive ! I had unprotected sex with my husband days before ovulation leading up to ovulation could I be pregnant!!!???
Does pre natals help conceive? Im trying to get pregnant, hax 2 miscarriages. Trying to have healthy pregnancy
Helps with healthy: pregnancy but not with actual conception. Avoid tobacco, caffeine, alcohol, illicit drugs ; unnecessary medications. Remain physically active and eat healthfully. Aim for at least 8 hours of sleep per night. Take your prenatal vitamins and keep all prenatal appointments. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 months: Most docs recommend around 2 months. If you try too soon your chances for conception are higher but so is your risk of another miscarriage. ...Read more
Have sex: Aside from having sex around ovulation, there's no way to guarantee conceiving/having twins. Certainly, there's no over-the-counter dietary supplement that will increase your chances. So focus more on having a healthy pregnancy ; baby by starting to care for yourself first. When you go off birth control, start taking prenatal vitamin. Of course, discuss this w/your doc to make sure you're healthy. ...Read more
Period like cramps just after fertile window according to fertility calendar n hav tried to concieve during fertility?
Cramps common: Cramps are common at the time of ovulation. If you wish to conceive, continue to try during this fertile window. Infertility is defined as one year of trying regularly without conception. If you meet this definition, see your health care provider--or make an appointment sooner if you are concerned. ...Read more
It's a good idea: but no one will force you to wait. The worst that will happen is you won't get pregnant that cycle. your call, good wishes. ...Read more
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