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28 Jul 2005
Hi there! I wonder if you can help me. I am 27 yrs old and have a five yr old son. I had a miscarriage in 2002 at 6 wks. My progestrone levels were low. THe second miscarraige at 7 wks. My baby was dead for 2wks when i found out. Since then i have remarried and i am trying for another baby. SHould know next week if i am pregnant or not. My gynas says most miscarriages are cause by chromasones ( excuse my spelling) abnorbility. I am so scared of having another miscarriage. I so badly want another baby. Any advise??
Take folate tablets and see your gynaecologist as soon as you know that you are pregnant. He/she will be able to start progesterone if necessary.
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