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    jenica1432 posted:
    I went to the Doctor on the 27th expecting something totaly different and what i got was crappy news. The baby no longer had a heart beat. I had a DNC done on the 28th. I was 10 weeks pregnant. We are going to try again, does anyone know how long i should wait to try?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I'm sorry for your loss.

    You can try right away but most doctors say to wait 2-3 months to make it easier to date the pregnancy.


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