My doctor gave some sort of vague "when your body is ready" type answer without an actual timeline. I've tried reading up on it, but every site and every "expert" says something different. I've read everything from "after the post partum period is over" to "18 months."
Has anyone's doctors given them something more definitive, or are the risks relatively minimal so nobody cares to place an actual number on it?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:51 AM on Dec. 4, 2012 in Trying to Conceive
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I would say at least a year. I got pregnant when youngest DS was 5 months old and miscarried and then miscarried again when he was 11 months old. Now 3 and a half years later I have what seems to be a successful pregnancy.
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