It is natural to feel nervous while conceiving after a miscarriage. You may be worried about the complications that may affect your present pregnancy. However, you will feel better to know that many women have a healthy pregnancy and deliver healthy babies even if they have had an experience of a miscarriage earlier.
Here are some of the important things you should know to reduce the risk of repeated miscarriage.
If You Have More Than One Miscarriage
If you had experienced more than one miscarriage, talk to your doctor for a complete evaluation. Your doctor may suggest a treatment for you based on your health condition. There are treatments available for several factors leading to miscarriage like hormonal imbalances and cervix abnormalities.
To rule out any further complications in pregnancy, your doctor may conduct the following tests -
a) Blood tests/ genetic tests.
b) X-ray of the uterus and fallopian tubes.
c) Hysteroscopy - viewing the inside of the uterus with a device inserted through the vagina and cervix.
Trust yourself. Many women who have had more than one miscarriage, have successfully delivered healthy babies.#momhealth #pregnancymustknow