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TTC After M/C
Are you trying to conceive after one or more miscarriages? How long did you (or will you) wait until TTC again? Who or what has been helpful to you during your difficult time: faith, the support of your partner/friends/families (or did you find them unable to relate?), others who you now found out also m/c'd...

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when should i try again?

Posted by: cblashes on Thu Nov 25, 2010

hi there,

i'm 39 and have a beautiful 16 month old son. over the past five months i've had a natural miscarriage at 6 weeks (aug) and then a blighted ovum at 10 weeks(just had a d&c last week)

i'm devastated and heartbroken, but part of me doesn't want to give up even though perhaps i have time working against me.

i got married later and we started a family right away and were very blessed to get pregnant right away and have a healthy son.

thing is, i just want one more healthy baby.. i would love nothing more in my life to give my son a sibling and to 'have my family of 4.. my dream'

am i just fooling myself?

i also am not sure how long i should wait before i try again. i've had different opinions.. ranging from right after the first regular cycle, to waiting 2-3 cycles.

i just feel like i have time working against me. and i guess i'm just so anxious to try again.. but SOOOO scared at the same time...

any one in similar situation that can share some thoughts or some words of wisdom or inspiration? .. anything?

thanks to you all.. and i wish all of us the best of luck


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