Can you get Pregnant before First Period after Miscarriage?






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Most often, it is not possible to become pregnant before your first period following a miscarriage because you normally do not ovulate during this cycle. However, it is possible for a fertility monitor to produce a positive reading during this time.

After a miscarriage, it is best to wait several months for your body and mind to heal before you begin trying to become pregnant once again. Many doctors will suggest that you wait a minimum of six months to begin trying again and most will request that you wait at least a year.

After-a-miscarriage-it-is-best-to-wait-several-months-for-your-body-and-mind-to-healImmediately following a miscarriage, you should avoid having intercourse until your period returns to normal. During this time, your cervix will be more susceptible to infections and additional pain while you are waiting for you period to return.

It is also advised that you should not attempt to have sex or conceive before your period returns because your body needs this time to heal properly before becoming pregnant again. After a miscarriage, it is best to take things slow and give yourself the time that you need to fully heal before you begin thinking about attempting to become pregnant again.

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Larissa Belanger, RN

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.