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Q: Getting pregnant straight after a miscarriage

Hi I'm just wondering whether your more at risk of misscarring again if you fall pregnant straight after mc.

I lost my pregnancy on the 6/1/17 I have not had a period inbetween now and then. Took a clear blue test today and it says 2-3 weeks that would put me around 4-5 weeks pregnant?

im hoping this baby sticks :)

This question was asked Feb. 10, 2017 7:26pm
Category: Newly Pregnant

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Answered by diamondbaby - Feb. 16, 2017 9:24am
Hi yea I took a test about 2 weeks after and it was definitely negative, so I know this is a new pregnancy.
I haven't been to the doctors, my first appointment is on the 9th march I'll be around 9 weeks.

I'm feeling better as the days go by, I got a 3+ on a clear blue digital test witch has relaxed me abit as when I mc I only got to 2-3 so I know my hgc is rising.

Thanks for your replying have a happy and healthy 9 months the pair of you xx

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Answered by mtngems - Feb. 15, 2017 9:57pm
I would second that opinion. I had a chemical pregnancy and then got pregnant again on the next cycle. At 7 weeks now. So don't lose hope, you can always go see your Dr and get your blood checked for confirmation.

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Answered by bradipina - Feb. 15, 2017 5:33pm
miscarriages are caused by chromosomal anomalies, just bad luck.

the research says that the lining is better after a miscarriage and the implantation and pregnancy rates in the first 2 -3 months after miscarriage are higher. so it is actually good to get pregnant immediately after a miscarriage.

however - did you test in between to make sure that the hcg from earlier has left your system? if this is a new pregnancy it has all the chances.

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