Menstrual Cycle Is Not Normal After A Miscarriage, Is It Possible To Get Pregnant Again?
Hello! I want to ask about my wife. 2.5 months Post-miscarriage and menstrual cycles have not returned to normal as usual, ie, not yet due to the date of menstruation as on the dates before miscarriage (before the date of 28 and post-miscarriage to be 18). Is it possible to have intercourse during the last 4 days after menstruation (number 29) if you are having a normal cycle?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. First, actually a woman's menstrual cycle does not need to return exactly the same as before miscarriage, before pregnancy or before giving birth. After that it can be different in terms of dates. Normal or not, and regular or not, judging by its duration, is it still in the normal range of 3-7 days, and is the gap still in the normal range of 21-35 days, and whether the volume of blood that comes out, is too much or too little rather than usual. If everything is still within the normal range, even though the date is not the same, the menstrual cycle is still considered normal.
Secondly, regardless of whether a woman has just had a miscarriage, has finished giving birth normally or is having a cesarean section, she can still get pregnant even when she hasn't had her period at all. This is because the indicator or sign of being able to conceive a woman is from an egg cell released by the ovary / ovary, not from the discharge of menstruation. There are some cases where a woman gets pregnant before returning to get her period. So in the case of your wife, with her menstruation, it is very possible to get pregnant again.
And actually it doesn't matter if you and your wife have agreed to try to have a child again. There are many recommendations to hold up to 6 months, 9 months or even some are advised to wait up to 1.5 years before trying to have more children, but the recommendation is now not used. If your wife does not have a certain medical condition and is mentally ready, it's okay to try having another child right away.
If you are already related, do a pregnancy test and if it turns out negative, and not ready to get pregnant again, it would be better if you use condoms or other contraceptives such as IUDs, birth control pills, birth control injections or implants. So, hopefully answering your question.