what to do

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Registered: 05-05-2011
what to do
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 3:24pm


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Registered: 04-13-2010
Fri, 05-06-2011 - 6:49pm
Hi, I'm sorry for your loss. Your chances for another miscarriage does increase with age, as well as other pregnancy related problems. You could talk with your OB about it and see if he/she has any concerns. One miscarriage does not necessarily mean you'll have another miscarriage.

Good luck with whatever you decide.

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Registered: 03-02-2007
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 3:28pm
Hi, welcome and sorry for your loss.
Whether you can have another child depends on a lot of things - is this your first m/c? If so, a lot of times, unfortunately, miscarriages just happen for no reason, and many women go on to have another normal, healthy pregnancy. After my first m/c, my doctor told me that about 85% of women who have a miscarriage, go on to get pregnant again and have a healthy child.

Also, you said you are in your 30's - are you over or under 35? I am over 35, and after age 35, your risks of problems and infertility goes up, so that could impact things as well.

I hope you heal quickly and go on to get a healthy, sticky bean!
Kelly, mom to 4 year old Lexi, wife to Rob TTC Number 2 since April 2010, with a loss in June 2010 at 4.5 weeks, and a loss in April 2011 at 8 weeks (possibly ectopic). Saw the RE in May 2011, we were moving forward with testing and an IUI when we