Good morning to Healthcare Magic Forum.
Basically after a miscarriage
,doctors often advise to wait a short period of time before having sex again.
In most cases, it is safe to resume having sex after a miscarriage when the miscarriage bleeding has stopped (this usually happens within two weeks).
The reason for the wait is that your cervix
usually dilates as a part of the physical process of miscarriage, and this can mean increased susceptibility to infection in the uterus
. By the time the bleeding stops, the cervix should be closed again.
In addition to avoiding sexual intercourse immediately after a miscarriage, I generally advise avoiding tampons and douche (in short, don't insert anything into the vagina) for at least one to two weeks for the same reason.
Be aware, however, that unless you want to get pregnant again right away, you should use some form of contraception
when resuming sexual intercourse. It is possible to get pregnant again as soon as two weeks after a miscarriage, so be sure to take precautions if you have been advised to wait before getting pregnant again or if you aren't feeling emotionally ready yet.
All the best.