How Long To Get Pregnant After TFMR (And Why)?

Exact Answer: After 2 Weeks

Termination of Pregnancy for Medical Reasons can be a heartbreaking, and life-changing event for parents desperately trying to conceive. Nearly 45 to 50 million women undergo abortions per year for medical reasons which might range from complications in the birth or issues with the fetus. More importantly than the biological aspect of the next pregnancy, the emotional and psychological well-being and strength of the mother along with the family is a more pressing issue. 



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If all this is taken care of, then the parents can get pregnant on the advice of their doctor, that way further complications of future pregnancies can be avoided or at least restricted. 

How Long To Get Pregnant After TFMR?

Abortion can be done via two methods, one is surgical and another is medical. Between the two of them, the latter is considered safer than the former one, and the reason can be that medically induced abortion is done via medicines and in the early stages of the pregnancy. Ovulation can take place two weeks after abortion and that can be a window for conception if the parents are actively trying. The reasons for medical or surgical termination can be varied from genetic disorders of the fetus, maybe a threat to the mother’s wellbeing, or some other complications related to either the mother or the child. Apart from the ovulation date, another important fact to factor in is the duration of pregnancy before the abortion, as if the pre-abortion period is longer then the ovulation will be long after the mark of two weeks. 

If one was ought to look at the stats, getting pregnant after an abortion raises the complications by 2.1% and by 0.023% for serious complications. Abortions themselves are very complicated and equally physically and emotionally draining and hence even if the mother is ready to conceive physically, they might not always be able to get the mental strength to conceive and go through another pregnancy. 


Medical MethodSurgical Method
Medication is used to terminate the pregnancy and causes the uterus to shed its lining.Suction is done to empty the uterus.
95 to 97% success rate. 2. 98%success rate.
It is safe to do it within four to nine weeks of the pregnancy.3. Between six to fourteen weeks of pregnancy is the ideal time to perform a surgical method if needed.
4.Require more consistent clinical visitsRequires less time or visits. 

Why Wait To Get Pregnant After a TFMR?

According to a report by the World Health Organization(WHO), three of ten pregnancies end up being induced abortion, and half of those are unsafe abortions. Thus abortion of any type should always be consulted with doctors and other medical personnel, taking into account the patient’s previous history and complications. One of the main reasons to wait for some time to try and conceive again is that ovulation may not occur for several weeks after the MTP as the body still has a substantial amount of pregnancy hormones. 

Then comes the emotional scarring like guilt, shame, loss of self-esteem, sleep problems, and even suicidal thoughts. According to a recent study, 50 to 60 percent of women experience negative emotions associated with the procedure, while in 30% of them, it is a case of severe depression. The causes of the abortion can be a contraceptional failure, birth complications, unwanted pregnancies, or sometimes even financial burdening which the pregnancy might bring but if the end result is a medically terminated pregnancy, then the biological and psychological barriers are at par with a natural miscarriage often. 


In conclusion, any time after the two-week mark is okay to try and conceive for the next pregnancy, after consulting with the doctor. But it is important that the mother herself is emotionally ready to conceive again, as after an abortion the mother might feel a lot of negative emotions, and trying to conceive on top of that, might lead to further complications and stresses. Then comes the part of post-conception, even though extra precautions or measures need not always be taken, it is always advisable to make more regular checks and appointments with the doctors, along with a good diet and familiar environment. 


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