08 February 2011

Miscarriage: trying again

Loss, grief and fear are just some of the emotions a woman experiences after a miscarriage - how soon can she try again?


How soon can you try to fall pregnant after a miscarriage?  This is the question the writer asks her gynaecologist, and there are two answers – one for her body and one for her mind.  Read more and tell us your story.

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7 questions about miscarriage

Try soon after having a miscarriage

(Joanne Hart, Health24, February 2011)


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