I got pregnant back in August and Miscarried naturally at 5 weeks. Them I had gotten pregnant again right after in Septmeber only to miscarry again at 10 weeks. When I went in to my first appointment everything was fine but when I went in for my 2nd checkup My Dr couldn't find a heartbeat which was a little hard to handle since I felt like everything was fine.. I had a D&C last week and everything went well. My husband wants to start trying again right away but I am a little hesitant as I am afraid that it will happen again. I would like to have another baby but so scared at the same time. I had my son 3 years ago with no problems so it is so strange to me why we would be having so much trouble now and it just makes it so depressing to even try.....I know it is still so fresh in my mind since it just happened but any advice on how to make conceiving after a loss a little easier/less stressful???View Thread
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