Dr. Kenosha Gleaton and Heather discuss getting pregnant after a miscarriage:
- I’d like to start by hearing a little bit about you. Tell us about your academic background and training.
- Why did you choose a career in obstetrics and gynecology?
- Take us through your career.
- I understand you went through your own infertility journey. Can you tell us about that?
PREGNANCY AFTER MISCARRIAGE
- How is miscarriage defined? Are there different ‘types’ of miscarriages?
- How long do you have to wait to try to get pregnant again after miscarriage?
- When is the best time for pregnancy after miscarriage?
- Will ovulation tests work after a miscarriage?
- When will ovulation happen after a miscarriage?
- Is there anything that can be done to make your body start ovulating faster?
- What are the chances of another miscarriage after one miscarriage?
- What are the chances of another miscarriage after multiple miscarriages?
- If your mom and sister had miscarriages, does that mean you will, too?
- What can you do to lower the chance of another miscarriage?
- Does drinking coffee during the first-trimester increase chance of miscarriage?
- Are there tests you should take before trying again?
- How can you handle the emotions that come along with miscarriage?
- How can you handle the anxiety that may come along with getting pregnant following a miscarriage?
- Is there anything partners can do to prevent the chance of miscarriage?
- If someone is pregnant after at least one miscarriage, will they get special treatment or more appointments with their OB/GYN?
- Is there anything else you’d like to add?
- What words of hope would you offer to infertility warriors who are worried about getting pregnant after a miscarriage?