Pregnant Program With A History Of Curettage And Hernias?
Good afternoon. I am a mother at the age of 35 years. I have only one daughter aged 12 years. After my 2-year-old child, I had a miscarriage and was curetted. Since then until now 10 years have passed I haven’t been pregnant any more. My period is normal. Already on ultrasound and check into the Spog he said my content is fine. But sometimes it hurts in the lower part of the stomach. all I ask is whether there is still a possibility for me to have another child? Thank you before.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. From your story, actually 35 years old, has a history of hernia or a hernia, a history of miscarriage, lower abdominal pain and a considerable distance from the first pregnancy are not conditions that prevent a person from getting pregnant again. You can still get pregnant, but maybe it's just a probability factor or a possibility that makes you not get pregnant.
So our advice is to find out when your fertile period, have sexual intercourse more often about 3-4 times or even every day when the fertile period, consume sperm enhancing foods for your husband and fertility foods for you, avoid cigarette smoke, stress, avoid products vaginal lubricant, avoid excessive exercise, and have your fertility checked by an obstetrician and your husband's fertility to a urology or andrology doctor. Even though you and your husband have had children, it is not impossible to decrease fertility after the pregnancy of the first child, and that could be due to various factors such as inhaling cigarette smoke and so forth. So check it out, and if it turns out you and your husband are still equally fertile, it means it's only a matter of possibility and still continue the above recommendations. So, hopefully answering your question.