Post-pregnancy Pregnancy Program?
Hi, to be exact almost 1 year ago I miscarried after 2 years of child programs. It took me a long time to recover from the downturn of losing the child I dreamed of with my husband. Now it’s been almost a year, we’ve also had enough to start the program naturally again. Is there any hope we can get pregnant after a miscarriage? Are miscarriages in the next pregnancy more likely?
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We understand the concerns that you feel.
Miscarriage is a traumatic condition that is often experienced by couples who are waiting for pregnancy. Miscarriage can be caused by genetic factors, disorders of the reproductive organs, certain medical diseases or other environmental factors.
You do not need to worry, because a woman who has had a miscarriage, both complete and incomplete, can resume her pregnancy program after the management of the miscarriage. Related to this, there is no definite benchmark when pregnancy may occur after a miscarriage. The fastest menstrual cycle will return in 2 weeks. There are some medical opinions that suggest a pregnancy program can be done after 2 menstrual cycles, or about 3-6 months after a miscarriage. So, if you want to do a post pregnancy miscarriage program, you should make sure the menstrual cycle has returned to normal.
Pregnancy programs must be supported by good nutrition, a healthy lifestyle and various medical examinations related to partner fertility. It is advisable to conduct medical examinations, such as sperm analysis on men to assess the quality and quantity of sperm they have, as well as hormone, ultrasound and HSG (hysterosalpingography) examinations to assess the health condition of the female reproductive organs.
Women who have a history of miscarriage, will generally be able to maintain the next pregnancy. However, the possibility of recurring miscarriages can still occur, which often can be caused by certain medical conditions or unknown causes. In this regard, it is highly recommended to conduct more specific medical examinations such as blood laboratories to find out whether there are abnormalities in hormones, both in reproductive hormones or abnormalities in the thyroid, disorders of the immune system and TORCH tests are important for pregnant women with a history of miscarriage.
We suggest that you carry out further examinations and consultations with obstetricians so that you can get more complete and relevant information regarding your condition.
Always take care of the health of your body and your partner. Do a healthy lifestyle by consuming nutritious food, avoid consuming too much fatty food, maintaining ideal body weight and not being obese, avoiding smoking, alcohol consumption and regular exercise every day.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps