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Had abortion 2 weeks ago, on prenatal vitamins, having sex. Can I concieve now?

Hi, I just had an abortion 2 weeks ago and I feel really guilty and want to get pregnant again. I heard that the few weeks after an abortion is a high risk of getting pregnant again. So I wanted to know if I m still taking my prenatal vitamins and is having sex now is there a higher chance of m me getting pregnant with pre come?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Normal ovulation can set in sooner after an abortion than a delivery. It can occur as early as 3 weeks after abortion and conception is possible within the first month after an abortion. You can continue taking your prenatal vitamins as they are good for conception. You may need to wait for at least one month before you can see the result. Continue with your normal sexual life and wait. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Good luck.
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