Can you get Pregnant with no Period after Miscarriage?

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Having a miscarriage can be difficult for a woman to go through. After it occurs, there is usually a period of time that your doctor will tell you to wait before trying to become pregnant once again. However, the body is usually ready to become pregnant fairly quickly after having a miscarriage.

It is best to wait until your first cycle before you begin trying again, but some women find that they do not have a period after having a miscarriage. If you are in this situation, you should first determine if you are ovulating before seeking assistance from your doctor.

It-is-best-to-wait-until-your-first-cycle-before-you-begin-trying-to-conceiveThere are a couple of tools available that will help you track your ovulation cycle. The first is an ovulation predictor kit that works much like a pregnancy test. You can also use a basal thermometer to track your ovulation cycle as well. Both are very efficient and easy to use.

If you are not having a period but are ovulating, you should be able to become pregnant. However, if you find that you are also not ovulating, you should talk to your doctor to find the best method of starting your cycle once again. It is important that you give yourself plenty of time to heal after a miscarriage, both mentally and physically, and most doctors suggest waiting around a year before trying again.

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