You and your partner might also experience anger, sadness or guilt. Typically, sex is not recommended for two weeks after a miscarriage to prevent an infection.
However, making healthy lifestyle choices before conception and during pregnancy is important for you and your baby. If you've had multiple miscarriages, future pregnancies need to be carefully planned and monitored.
Take a daily prenatal vitamin or folic acid supplement, ideally beginning a few months before conception. Consult your health care provider before conceiving again and see him or her as soon as you think you might be pregnant.
Once you become pregnant again after miscarriage, you'll likely feel joyful — as well as anxious and scared.
You might be hesitant to share your good news until later in your pregnancy.
Feelings of grief over your loss also might return after you give birth. Talk about your feelings and allow yourself to experience them fully.
Turn to your partner, family and friends for comfort.If you're having trouble coping, consult your health care provider or a counselor for extra support.Some couples try almost immediately to get pregnant after miscarriage.Others feel that this is way too soon and they need more time to recover their emotional and sexual mojo.Needing lots of recovery time is especially true if you miscarried in the second trimester.Deciding when to start is entirely up to you and your partner and what feels best. Don’t let others pressure you into trying to have a baby after miscarriage if you aren’t ready.