Pregnant Program With A History Of Miscarriage?
Good afternoon, I want to ask … I am 23 years old and already have 1 child aged 2 years 5 months … and in 2018 I am 2 months pregnant with a UK miscarriage 3 months, every month I get pregnant again until yesterday in January I gave birth to UK 40 Week 3 days … but my baby died in the womb at birth was not crying, but the contractions like want to give birth normally .. I want to ask now it’s been 3 months if I have been allowed to participate in the pregnancy program is safe or not .. ??
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Miscarriage is a condition when the fetus comes out before 20 weeks' gestation. If it's been more than 20 weeks, the term is no longer a miscarriage but fetal death. So far it is not known exactly what causes miscarriage, but it is suspected to have an effect by:
Pregnancy too young (<20 years) or too old (> 35 years) History of miscarriage in previous pregnancy Infection during pregnancy Smoking and consuming alcohol Side effects of uterine disorders
Regarding your question, basically there is no obstacle to getting pregnant immediately after a miscarriage. The advice of experts so far is to wait 6 months, but it is more on the mental readiness of the mother to get back pregnant and readiness from her own womb. However, this recommendation is not mandatory, meaning that it would be better to wait for 6 months, but even if it was faster it would not be a problem.
So back to you, whether you and your husband are ready or not to try to have more children, and whether you already know the possible causes of the previous conditions by checking yourself at the obstetrician. This is important to avoid things that might trigger your miscarriage.
Our advice, if you are already ready, no problem to do another pregnancy program, but you should consult your obstetrician regularly regarding the condition of your pregnancy. You need to know is that for each miscarriage, the risk of miscarriage in the next pregnancy increases, which means you need to be extra careful now. So, hopefully answering your question.