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    Trying After Miscarriage

    Are you trying to get pregnant after a miscarriage? The good news is that you're likely to get pregnant and have a healthy baby without any special treatments, says WebMD guest expert Hyacinth Nicole Brown, MD.

    Typically with a miscarriage, there's a one-time genetic problem with the specific egg, sperm, or embryo. It's not usually an ongoing issue, Brown says. If you've had just one miscarriage, your chances of getting pregnant and having a baby are excellent. If you've had two or more miscarriages, see a doctor to rule out any underlying conditions.

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