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Different ways in TTC after a miscarriage
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Xpressbaby - September 26

Hello there!

I am a mother of three and my youngest just turned three last month when I also had a miscarriage. I was at 6 weeks and it was a natural mc. I really don't know the reason but my DR states it may be because of some chromosomal complications. I just had my cycle and is ttc again. Can you share natural ways to do it after a mc? Thanks for your help.

 

MOELA - September 26

IT THINK IN YOUR CASE YOU CAN TTC IN A NORMAL WAY. WAIT UNTIL YOU OVULATE THEN GIVE IT A SHOT. GOOD LUCK!

 

Xpressbaby - September 26

Thanks MOELA, yeah I've read from another thread that after a regular period I can ttc again. I'll give it a try as soon as I ovulate.

 

bluesclues - September 26

hello! just would like to ask what is ttc? sorry i'm new in this board and not familiar with some of the terms here.

i also had a miscarriage last month (first pregnancy) like xpressbaby and i am ready for another try. i am kind of traumatized by the loss and can't afford to miscarry again.

 

Lydia - September 26

TTC - trying to conceive.

You can TTC as soon as you want because you just had a natural miscarriage and haven't gone any d&c.

 

Xpressbaby - September 27

Oh thanks Lydia that is very helpful. I'll wait until I am fertile to ttc.

bluesclues-Sorry for the loss, take your time first to recover because if you are still having the fear it might affect your pregnancy. Good Luck!

 

bluesclues - September 29

thanks lydia for the ttc meaning. hehe... haven't thought of such meaning, i was thinking it was a sort of procedure after a miscarriage. anyway, thanks xpressbaby for your comfort and i'm really scared of experiencing another loss, not very desirable for a first timer like me.

 

Stella_Peter - September 29

Sometimes you also need to consider the emotional aspect of both partners. There are those who are not yet ready emotionally although they can ttc right away.

 

bluesclues - September 30

i agree with stella. both partners should be ready but problem is how should we mothers tell our husband that i need more time to get over the loss first.

 

Angela16 - October 3

I am just curious why there are mothers who gets over easily and get pregnant right away? Does it mean that they are not that affected by the loss?

 

DearMom - October 4

ANGELA16- I DON'T THINK THEY ARE NOT WORRIED ABOUT THE LOSS, MAYBE THEY ARE JUST TRYING TO MOVE ON AND THE STAGE OF ACCEPTANCE HAS AN EASY WAY FOR THEM.

TTC IS SOMETIMES A DIFFICULT STAGE OR DECISION TO MAKE LIKE BLUESCLUES WHO EXPERIENCED PREGNANCY FIRST TIME THEN MISCARRIED, SO IT IS REALLY TRAUMATIC IN A WAY. IN MY OPINION, TAKE YOUR TIME FIRST AND GO WHEN YOU ARE REALLY READY.

 

Mae Param - October 4

Hello everyone. I think you should take some test first to know if you are ready to get pregnant again. It will help us in any way to get that assurance of having a full term pregnancy.

 

Xpressbaby - October 4

Thanks for all the posts. I agree with all of your points. I should consider all of it. As of the moment I am still waiting for my ovulation and I am ready to conceive now.

 

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