Getting Pregnant After Miscarriage
There is a lot of fear associated with a pregnancy after miscarriage. Miscarriages are tough on women’s bodies and their entire systems are out of control when a miscarriage occurs. There are a number of hormonal problems that might arise and it might take you a while to come back to normal and be able to get pregnant again, but it is possible. The first thing you need to do before you get pregnant is to figure out why it happened and what was the cause of the pregnancy. Learning the causes of the pregnancy will help you find out a better solution to conceiving successfully. Usually the first trimester miscarriages occur due to chromosomal anomalies and the miscarriages in the second trimester usually happen due to incompetence of the cervix.
Most women who have abortions the first time around will have very healthy babies in the next turn so it is not something you need to be afraid of. Defects in the fetus are more commonly the cause of most miscarriages (rather than a problem in the mother) and it usually gets corrected the next time around. But of course care should be taken to avoid mistakes and you should talk to the doctor about when you can start trying for a baby again. Some women might have more problems than others and they might be advised by the doctor to wait a while before having their body go through the whole ordeal of pregnancy again. Whatever the case, your personal situation can be best assessed by your doctor. Usually when one hears a heart beat above 100 beats per minute, the chances of miscarriage are much lesser.
You should also be sure to follow the advice of the doctor about whether you need bed rest or you should be more active.