Misconception 8: I have to wait six months before trying to become pregnant again; This assertion is false for most women. It is a recommendation for women with specific conditions such as incidence of blood clots, and require treatment to them thins the blood. Other cases are women who are harmed by abortion in the uterine wall;. The vast majority of women recover very soon after an abortion.
Misconception 9: Now it is more likely that flies have an unexpected abortion; surely you are of women who do not suffer from a chronic condition (diabetes, hypertension, immune or hormonal disorders, structural problems in the uterus).
Misconception 10: Now I have a son so I will not have problems; As mentioned the main cause of this phenomenon are chromosomal defects in the fetus. That can happen with your first pregnancy, second or third;. The 15 to 20 percent probability of this happening can be in any pregnancy.
As you can see there is no way you have caused the loss, or are single and your partner understand your way. What is recommended in these cases is to suffer grief and try to the see the life that is to come.
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