Trouble getting pregnant?

Trouble getting pregnant?

A friend of mine has threee kids and got pregnant the fourth time but unfortunately, she had to abort it for her third child was not even a year old by that time. Now, that they are ready to have one more child and been trying for a couple of years and still not conceiving… She was worried that the “abortion” that she had has something to do with it. And now, it’s worth to know that there are ways to get pregnant again after having an abortion.

There are many women decide to undergo abortion procedures for a variety of reasons. However, just because a woman decides to have an abortion does not mean that she will not decide she is ready to have a baby on down the road. Many women have concerns about getting pregnant after an abortion, most of those concerns are unfounded. When a woman is trying to conceive after an abortion, it is important that she understands what is considered “normal”, so that she will know when to worry.

In most cases, 80 to 90 percent of women will conceive within a year of trying. The average amount of time that it takes to conceive from the time a couple starts trying is nine months, so do not be concerned if it takes that long. Most women who have an abortion, whether it be a surgical abortion or a medical abortion, have absolutely no problems conceiving after the abortion, and complications that can affect future fertility are extremely rare.

For the best chances of conceiving after an abortion, a woman should see a doctor, track her ovulation, improve her diet, get plenty of exercise, and cut out bad habits like alcohol use and smoking.