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Pregnancy After Miscarriage: When Is It Safe To Tell Others? - Dr. Carrillo

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Dr. Carrillo shares when it is safe to tell family and friends about a new pregnancy after a miscarriage.

Dr. Carrillo:
One of the scariest parts of having another pregnancy after you had a miscarriage or any other type of pregnancy loss is not being sure if this pregnancy is going to be successful.

One of the most common questions in that circumstance is, when is it safe to tell my family and friends, and do I tell my co-workers?

My response to that is that only those people who know you well enough to act as your support system if you do experience another loss, should be told of the pregnancy in the first trimester.

Your mom, your sister, your friends, people that you are going to need to support you if you do have another loss should know when you get another positive pregnancy test.

As for our workers, as for our co-workers or as for our neighbors, maybe it’s better to not let them know right away.

About Dr. Lori A. Carrillo, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.:
Dr. Lori A. Carrillo, M.D., F.A.C.O.G, earned her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. After completing her internship in Hawaii, she completed her specialty training at the joint program of Maricopa Medical Center and Saint Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

Dr. Carrillo opened her own practice, AZ Obstetrics & Gynecology, LLC, in August of 2006, and is affiliated with Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona. She specializes in a full breadth of obstetrics and gynecology from late childhood, menopause, and high-risk and twin pregnancies. She also specialized in minimally invasive advanced laparoscopic surgery involving Da Vinci robotics.


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