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Women are often told to wait two or three months before trying to become pregnant after a miscarriage. However, there are no known risks to a pregnancy conceived even 1 month after a miscarriage. If ... Read More »
Although it is not very likely, the tissues related to the pregnancy could become infected. This complication is considered a septic miscarriage. If an infection has occurred, you might have a fever ... Read More »
You may be at increased risk for miscarriage if you're pregnant and... - have had three or more miscarriages. - are older than 35. - you smoke, drink alcohol, or use drugs. - have a ... Read More »
After the loss, you might be stunned or shocked. You might be asking, "Why me?" You might feel guilty that you did or didn't do something to cause your pregnancy to end. You might feel cheated and ... Read More »
Childbearing loss evokes many emotions. You may feel buffeted and torn by confusion, relief, shame, anger, sorrow, fear, powerlessness, or despair. You may want those around you to comfort you ... Read More »
An estimated 15 to 20 percent of known pregnancies result in miscarriage, which happens for a variety of reasons. Even though miscarriage happens frequently, it is often devastating for the would-be ... Read More »
If you have a miscarriage, it's important to know that it doesn't necessarily mean you won't be able to carry a baby to full term in the future.
While any loss is difficult and emotional, I also don't believe that miscarriage means you have to panic about your possibilities of motherhood. Miscarriages are very common, and one miscarriage ... Read More »
A miscarriage essentially occurs when there's a hemorrhage in a layer of tissue in the uterus. The bleeding causes a breakdown of tissues next to the ovum, and that stimulates uterine ... Read More »
About 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and it's likely that half of all fertilized eggs have chromosomal abnormalities and are flushed out before you even know you've ... Read More »

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