When is medically the right time?
My last two pregnancies (4.5yrs apart) were ectopic and M/C.
When is the right time to try again?
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16-03-2013 18:17 #1
How long after a M/C to try again?
16-03-2013 18:35 #2
Sorry for your losses. I have had 3 losses and they are never easy.
I tend to wait a year , not many do but I can't risk the thought of losing them close together.
The going suggestion is at least one cycle just to allow recover for your uterus if you had a d&c .
Best of luck x
16-03-2013 18:44 #3
I'm sorry to hear
There are usually 3 answers;
-as soon as you're ready
-after your AF has returned (generally for dating purposes)
-after 3 cycles (so the lining of your uterus has time to thicken up)
After my m/c, we were told 3 cycles but I made the decision to start trying immediately when it was confirmed that the m/c was just spontaneous and there was no issies with me. I'm now on my first cycle since m/c.
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