I have been trying to conceive for 19mnths after a miscarriage. Got pregnant then in 1st cycle of trying. Does being anemic affect this? Monthly period is regular and was heavy. It has gotten lighter.

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The very first thing to remember while you are trying to conceive after a miscarriage is that it can pose to be a problem. Once you have accepted this, it will help you greatly. It is helpful to keep a few things in mind when you are trying to conceive. It is important that you are emotionally prepared to conceive and not still bearing the stress of the loss of your previous pregnancy. Once you have healed yourself emotionally, your mental state will help you to conceive again. The next thing you must do is get a clean chit from the doctor. If you are physically well and whole again, there should be no reason for you to not conceive again. You must stop constantly thinking about this, however. This can affect your emotional state and health.

Being anemic may not necessarily affect your chances to conceive. But it is important for you to maintain overall good health to conceive and to carry a pregnancy to term. If you are anemic – and having a light period is not an indicator of anemia, you would have to get it medically determined – then you may have other problems such as inability to physically cope with the pressures of pregnancy. It is important for you to get a complete medical check up done this time and treat and take care of any problem before you conceive to avoid the happenstance of miscarriage the second time.

answered by G R

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