I'm so sorry to hear that so many women have gone through the same thing - losing a baby. I found out at the end of my first trimester that I'd lost my baby (I was 13 weeks along, but the baby only measured about 10), and I went in for a D&C a few days later. When I visited my doctor a week after surgery for a check-up, he said I had no signs of infection and that we could start trying again after I'd had two regular periods. This would give my body time to heal, but I realized that it would give me time to heal emotionally, as well. This all happened less than three weeks ago, so we're still dealing with very fresh emotions and very raw pain, but it gets a bit better every day. The time has also shown us that we definitely want to have another child, so we're praying that God will bless us with another healthy baby (to join our 21-month old). I'd also heard that women are very fertile after a miscarriage, so I'm hoping that my husband and I will conceive soon!I agree with the other ladies - talk about it, share your feelings. I had no idea how many other people had gone through the same things I did, but after people began to find out (I had started "showing" with this pregnancy at 6 weeks, so after my D&C, when I completely lost my baby belly, it was pretty obvious what had happened), I was amazed by how many other women had experienced the same type of pain. And it was helpful to see how many women had gone on to have healthy children after experiencing a miscarriage. So, talking about it can not only give you support and comfort, it can give you hope, too! Good luck to everyone who is trying to conceive!