Is 5 months is too early?

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Is 5 months is too early?

Postby kell2112 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:51 am

Hi, i gave birth end of may 2019, unfortunately our son was unable to survive due to heart complication. I wish to get pregnant again. Is 5 months from the last delivery is too fast to get pregnant again?
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby StarryNight45 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:06 pm

Unless the Dr specifically told you to wait a certain amount of time before trying again that is something only you and your spouse can answer if your both ready to try again go for it
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby aalisha64 » Sun Nov 17, 2019 10:52 pm

IM AM SO SORRY FOR UR LOST THAT IS HARD... U ARE A VERY STRONG WOMAN AND I NO THAT UR NEXT PREGNANCY WILL B HEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby MsJonzey2003 » Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:53 am

Aww, I'm so sry, I hope that your next one is healthy, I know personally that if I was you I would be upset. I give you good luck!
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby Mimma » Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:27 am

I understand your pain. I’ve been there. I carried my first child (a boy) for 22w2d and had a placental abruption he lived 7 minutes. Almost exactly 6 months later I got pregnant with my daughter who is now 4, happy and healthy. You will know when it’s time to try again. If you’re ready then go for it! Hugs and prayers
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby kell2112 » Tue Oct 27, 2020 3:08 pm

Hi everyone, after almost 1 year i posted this... yes i got pregnant after 5 months... but.. i have a baby loss again while he is still in my womb... its 38th week. Everything was ok throughout the pregnancy... just cannot deal the fact... it was a stillbirth.. this time is much more painful to accept ...
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby Innocentia » Mon Nov 09, 2020 7:47 am

Hi ladies so glad to know that m not alone in this reading your posts gives me comfort i lost him on the 5th this month at 22weeks5days he was still alive in my womb just that the doctor said she can't survive outside m so hurt i hv miscarriage on feb this year n got pregnant n was so happy n wen i passed the first trimester i didn't i will loose him on the sec trimester but only God knows n will heal our hearts
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby Mikalawright14 » Mon Nov 09, 2020 8:38 pm

kell2112 wrote:Hi, i gave birth end of may 2019, unfortunately our son was unable to survive due to heart complication. I wish to get pregnant again. Is 5 months from the last delivery is too fast to get pregnant again?


It’s recommended you wait 18 months after giving birth to try again bc your hormones are still not normal until then. Not waiting until then can cause problems with your next pregnancy
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby Mikalawright14 » Mon Nov 09, 2020 8:40 pm

kell2112 wrote:Hi everyone, after almost 1 year i posted this... yes i got pregnant after 5 months... but.. i have a baby loss again while he is still in my womb... its 38th week. Everything was ok throughout the pregnancy... just cannot deal the fact... it was a stillbirth.. this time is much more painful to accept ...


I’m so sorry for your loss, that’s α very hard thing to go through.
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Re: Is 5 months is too early?

Postby Innocentia » Fri Nov 27, 2020 8:24 am

I suggest u wait a little bit more as much as i want to get pregnant soon to fill the gap i will wait for full year n half
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