How Soon Can You Return To Work After Miscarriage ?  

Before you return to work after a miscarriage, it is imperative to let your body and mind heal. If you suffer from a miscarriage, the last thing you need to do is think about work. Get some time off from work, so that you can concentrate on healing your body and getting over the loss.

Usually, physical healing after a miscarriage takes about a week. However, it is the mental part that takes longer, and makes it impossible for you to be in contact with other people. Women go through a whole range of emotions and feelings after a miscarriage, with feelings of guilt and sadness being two most prominent feelings. Also, they may feel that other people will not understand this loss. So, taking time away from work and colleagues actually helps. However, it is important for a woman, who has had a miscarriage, to get support. This can be through a spouse, boyfriend or even a support group. This will facilitate emotional healing and help you get over the loss.

On the other hand, there are women, who want to resume work as soon as possible, as it prevents them from thinking about the miscarriage. In such a case, wait until your body heals and your doctor says that it is fine for you to return to work. Also, it is up to you whether you want to tell your colleagues at work about the miscarriage. There is no hard and fast rule. If some people knew about the pregnancy, they may want to know. If you feel like talking, you can go ahead. Otherwise, you can tell these people that you do not want to talk about it as yet. Furthermore, colleagues can be extremely supportive about such an incident and it may help you recover from the emotional loss. So, if you feel that you want to return to work after a miscarriage, speak to your doctor about it.

The most important thing is that a woman should speak about the miscarriage and not blame herself for it. These things do happen, and usually miscarriages occur when there is a genetic abnormality in the fetus. Speaking to people who love and care for you will help you get over the miscarriage and you may also get ready to try having another baby. However, it is best to wait until one menstrual period has passed before trying again.

You should make an attempt to return to work when you feel that you are physically and emotionally ready. This can vary from one woman to another. Some may feel fine within a few days, while others may take longer. Hence, there is no hard and fast rule as to when a woman should return to work after a miscarriage. The fact remains that the woman should allow her body and mind to heal before she decides to return to work. The mental healing takes longer and keeping yourself busy at work may help.

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