If you have conceived in the past, even if this pregnancy has not come to an end, it is a good indication that you have a good chance of conceiving again in the future. The factors that affect your ability to conceive again after a previous pregnancy (secondary infertility) are:
Your age now
If you have a different partner now
Unexplained secondary infertility can occur if you are still with the same partner or with a new partner.
Conceiving when pregnancy has been previously interrupted
If you have had a pregnancy interruption in the past, this will not affect your chances of becoming pregnant again, provided that there are no complications with the process such as severe uterine or fallopian tube infection, uterine or cervical damage.
Conceiving after a miscarriage
One out of six pregnancies will lead to miscarriage. Although such occurrence is very frustrating, especially when it occurs in the first pregnancy, most couples will naturally get a child. If you experience recurrent miscarriages, it is necessary to undergo a full investigation of the possible causes, so that appropriate advice and treatment is given to you.