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02 Oct 2006
the doc once told me that i have a small womb, does this mean im going to miscarry, my baby is going to die, is there nothing the doctor could do to help?does this mean i will not have kids my whole life?please help!!!
You would have to ask your doctor for more details. Like everything else, wombs vary in size. An abnormally small womb is a very rare condition.
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