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I've just had a misscarrage and am wanting to try again but im scared this might happen again is this normal to be worried about having another misscar?

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Dr. Pam Yoder
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Take time to prepare

Family or friends will say, "you should try again" and doctors will quote stats.
However, a couple must go through a process of grieving for the baby they thought would result and prepare themselves to try again. When they take steps to get healthy, avoid toxins and handle stress, odds of having a successful pregnancy might increase they cannot replace the one lost but can often complete a new one.

In brief: Take time to prepare

Family or friends will say, "you should try again" and doctors will quote stats.
However, a couple must go through a process of grieving for the baby they thought would result and prepare themselves to try again. When they take steps to get healthy, avoid toxins and handle stress, odds of having a successful pregnancy might increase they cannot replace the one lost but can often complete a new one.
Dr. Pam Yoder
Dr. Pam Yoder
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Dr. Sarah Buchanan
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Miscarriage Risk

Anyone who has experienced a miscarriage is usually worried about having another. It is an emotional experience.
15-20% of pregnancies will end in miscarriage, depending on your age, so you are far from alone. Fortunately, most women go on to have normal pregnancies after having one. You need to wait the proper amount of time before trying to conceive again--ask you doctor about this.

In brief: Miscarriage Risk

Anyone who has experienced a miscarriage is usually worried about having another. It is an emotional experience.
15-20% of pregnancies will end in miscarriage, depending on your age, so you are far from alone. Fortunately, most women go on to have normal pregnancies after having one. You need to wait the proper amount of time before trying to conceive again--ask you doctor about this.
Dr. Sarah Buchanan
Dr. Sarah Buchanan
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