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06 August 2010

Try again soon after miscarriage

Women who conceive within six months after a miscarriage have a better chance of a healthy pregnancy without complications compared to women who wait longer

Women who conceive within six months after a miscarriage have a better chance of a healthy pregnancy without complications compared to women who wait longer, according to a new study.

To get a clearer picture, researchers led by Sohinee Bhattacharya at the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital in Scotland reviewed the medical histories of more than 30,000 women in Scotland who had a miscarriage in their first pregnancy and then became pregnant again between 1981 and 2000.

 
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