When does ovulation start again after a miscarriage?

Getting pregnant again after a miscarriage

Getting pregnant again immediately after a miscarriage

After the miscarriage, getting pregnant again can be scary, but in principle it can happen right again. Since you don't know when your cycle will start again after the miscarriage, it is difficult to keep track of your fertile days. Once you have your periods again, it is easier to take into account your ovulation.

A miscarriage has no effect on a subsequent pregnancy. So getting pregnant again right away is safe and doesn't mean there is a greater chance of another miscarriage. On the contrary, research has shown that couples who try to get pregnant within three months of a miscarriage become pregnant faster and have a good chance of a successful pregnancy.

However, it is advisable to give your womb a two week break before trying again.

Research the causes

As we saw earlier, the likelihood of another miscarriage does not increase. About 90-95% will not have a miscarriage the next time. After two miscarriages, however, the probability of a subsequent miscarriage increases by about 25% and after three miscarriages even up to 35%. Did you have a second miscarriage? It could be a coincidence, but it could also have another cause. Together with doctors, you need to investigate whether there is a reason. For example, there may be a disruption of embryonic development that occurs during conception. To find out, your chromosomes and your partner's chromosomes will need to be examined. Unfortunately, only 15% of couples who experience miscarriages discover the cause.