A Newborn Hope That Fills All Your Voids

May 12, 2022
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Successful pregnancy after an unsuccessful one is more common than you think. The thought of having a baby right after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or other loss of a child can be extremely fragile and may bring fear. Fear of losing another child, or fear of having any complications in your pregnancy. But after every storm, there is a calm that shines light at the end of this dark tunnel you had to go through.

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There's always hope, even after such a tragedy. While you are mourning the loss of a tiny life, you do not have to lose hope about having a child ever again. A pregnancy loss does not make you any less fertile, it is still possible to become pregnant and deliver a healthy baby. In fact, most women have a successful pregnancy with the next baby right after a miscarriage. You might start ovulating in about 2-3 weeks after pregnancy and can get pregnant again.

You will be surprised by the beauty that may appear in your life after being left with facing a storm due to the terrible loss. Recent studies have found strong evidence that you need not wait 6 months to try to conceive again, as the time period is not linked with trying to conceive. There is no medical reason that asks you to hold off on trying to get pregnant again. Regardless of how long you wait, it is a personal decision that only you and your partner have the right to make.

Being pregnant after a miscarriage may get extremely emotional for the expecting mothers, many of whom may have constant fear or be very anxious about the do's and don'ts and stay extra cautious. The best way to deal with this emotional rollercoaster is by talking about your feelings with your partner. He too may be going through a few of the same emotions and sharing what you're going through can make it a better experience, and help you both feel supported.

A newborn Hope fills Voids

It may seem like a hard phase, but you'll eventually heal, and holding those fragile fingers of your newborn will give you all the comfort and strength in the world. Always keep in mind that every dark road, every scary tunnel always leads you to the light in the end. So, keep your options open, and don't lose hope!

~ I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always. As long as I'm living, my baby you'll be. ~