How to Deal With Spontaneous Abortion: Miscarriage
Miscarriage after abortion is a difficult subject for many women. There are mixed feelings that come along with this decision and in most cases are often avoided, because a mother chooses to have another child rather than make the painful choice to end a pregnancy.
Abortions are never easy and they can be terrifying for the mother. However, there are things that can be done that will help alleviate the pain of miscarriage and help the mother to live a normal life.
If you have recently experienced an abortion and are having second thoughts about conceiving again it is very important that you speak with your doctor.
The first thing that needs to be said is that there is no “wrong” decision when it comes to terminating a pregnancy. The only decision that you are going to have to make is if you want to have another baby or not.
It is very easy to become emotional and want to continue the pregnancy when you have had an abortion. This is a bad choice and you should not make this decision.
If you have decided to end the pregnancy, you should first take some time to heal
There is no shame in healing from abortion and if you are having trouble healing then you should schedule an appointment with your doctor. This appointment will enable your body to receive the needed time to prepare for another attempt at pregnancy.
There are some women that choose to have another baby right away after they have had an abortion. Although this may be successful in the short term it may not prove to be successful in the long term.
The trauma of miscarriage may make it feel like you have made a huge mistake and that there is no hope for your pregnancy. This is not true and there are many things that you can do to get pregnant again and your chances are much better than if you were to go through the pregnancy process over again.
You may have an easier time getting pregnant this time around because you are already healing from your first experience. You may be scared or embarrassed by the miscarriage and you need to try to stay as positive as possible.
The more support you have the easier it will be for you to get through this. Many women feel that talking about abortion is the best way to get past this and move forward.
Having someone to talk to you and about your experience can help you figure out why you had the abortion in the first place
It can also help you figure out how to move forward after the miscarriage. You may need to talk with your partner about the miscarriage and discuss what your next steps are going to be.
Most women find that they need to speak with their doctors about how to end their pregnancies. You need to be able to have your abortion procedures done in a sanitary manner if you want to end your pregnancy the right way.
If you are pregnant with your third child and have decided to try for a pregnancy, it may be easier than having your first two. You may have more success with a pregnancy ending through IVF. You may not want to bring this up with your partner. They may feel that they should just support you and let the miscarriage go.
An abortion miscarriage is a painful experience for many women. It can even make you feel like you should not be a parent. There is hope for most women though so do not feel alone and try to seek out the help you can get.
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