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Want to get pregnant after natural miscarriage. How long after miscarriage does it take to ovulate?

hi i had a miscarriage 3 weeks ago and me and my husband decided we wanted to get pregnant straight away and my doctor said it was fine to try again as soon as we wanted. I was only just over 5 weeks and had a natural miscarriage. i bled for 6/7 and have been having unprotected sex. what are the chances that i could be pregnant again? Or how long after miscarriage does it take for your body to ovulate? thanks
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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It is advisable to take at least 3 months to recover the system.
Start b12,folic acid,iron,dha and other supplement.
Go for certain investigations to rule out any underlying condition before planning.
cbc,rbs,thyroid profile,b12,urine,TORCH test,hormonal study and usg abdomen with ovulation study.
Some hormonal management is required to get conceive and maintain the pregnancy.
Plan your pregnancy according to ovulation study under guidance of your gynecologist.
Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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