by cgoodi1 (72 Posts), Sat May 19, 2012 12:46 am
by MomTimesThree (570 Posts), Sun May 20, 2012 12:59 am
by JB (57 Posts), Sun May 20, 2012 04:21 pm
by angieb (1192 Posts), Mon May 21, 2012 08:39 am
MomTimesThree wrote:I don't have experience getting pregnant quickly after pre-e, but I can share our TTC journey after our first, who was born pre-maturely. I wanted to be pregnant right away- it seemed like it would help get my life back to where it was supposed to be. We wound up with unexplained infertility and it took us almost exactly a year to get pregnant with our second (we found out a few days after her first birthday). At the time, the waiting was so difficult. In retrospect, I'm so thankful that I had that year to be a mommy to her- it wasn't the way I anticipated that I would be a mommy to her, but I was. And in that year I got to make traditions that are just hers and mine that I've carried through over the years. It was nice for me and her to have that only child time and now with her lil' bro here and expecting our third, I still really cherish the time that I filled just thinking about her and doing things in her honor.
by cgoodi1 (72 Posts), Mon May 21, 2012 03:48 pm
by angieb (1192 Posts), Mon May 21, 2012 11:23 pm
cgoodi1 wrote:I could totally understand taking some time to wait if I still had blood pressure problems or if I had a c-section, but everything seems to be fine now and I gave birth naturally. My three menstrual cycles after birth have been normal as well. I just can't figure out why the doctors would request that I wait.
Does waiting increase your chances of a better outcome next time? Is there any literature or studies that goes over this?
by danielsmom (290 Posts), Tue May 22, 2012 12:56 am
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