Pregnancy After MiscarriageI've posted a number of studies about pregnancy after recurrent miscarriage.
I, myself, had six miscarriages before having a totally natural conception and normal pregnancy and deliver. Here is a study that looked at not only the pregnancy success rate, but also the length of time it took to conceive naturally. Read more:
213 women became pregnant during the period February 2004 to July 2009. 139 had a live birth, 69 a miscarriage, two an ectopic pregnancy, two a termination of pregnancy and one had an intra-uterine foetal death. The median time to a subsequent pregnancy, irrespective of outcome, was 21 weeks. The cumulative incidence of natural conception was 56% after six months, 74% after 12 months, and 86% after 24 months of which 65% resulted in a live birth.
..."Our results mean that women with RM can be reassured that their time to a subsequent conception is not significantly longer than that for fertile women without a history of miscarriage. RM is extremely stressful for these women and we hope that our study will give them hope and encourage them to keep trying for the baby they want so much," he concluded."