Re: what are my chances of having a baby after a miscarraige
Your chances are still very good. Many experts say that as many as 50-75% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Sometimes miscarriages happen so early women mistaken them for late periods, so the numbers could be even higher. It's not really a problem until you have had 3 in a row. Then they will usually send you for testing. Even then, you still have a good chance of getting pregnant. I miscarried 2 times in a row & am now 34 weeeks pregnant. My friend's mom miscarried 4 times in a row & then had 5 healthy children. So don't lose hope, I know its hard to deal with, but a lot of women have been in the same situation & have gone on to have normal pregnancies. Good luck!