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Irregular periods, not pregnant. Done with HCG, negative. Had abortion. Did it cause any uterus problem?

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Hi doctor,
Usually i wil get my periods regularly,very few time it got delayed by one or 2 weeks.the problem i have aborted on XXXXXXX 22 nd,then later months again my periods were regular with 32 days cycle.My LMP was 28th th March.i had a interaction with my husband on 25 th April.he did not inserted on me.Still i did not have my periods.but i have done the B-HCG blood test (3rd May)which shown -ve my gyne said that am not pregnant and advised me to take Regestrone 5mg for 7 days (twice daily).i did preg test also(home preg test )on 7th May which also shown negative .now i completed the course and 3 days left excluding today.when shall i expect my periods?im married,but we are not in position to have baby as of now.Is it possible to get pregnant?it almost 1 and half months?but i did not feel vomiting or morning sick now,but i faced during last preg time.pls answer my last abortion wil cause any utrus related pblm to me now?am confused about my health.i gained weight about 3 kg now(my abdomn gained weight).now im 58KG,161CM,Age is 26.
Posted Wed, 29 May 2013 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Richa Agarwal 41 minutes later
Thanks for writing to us.
The chances of pregnancy are rare in your case because semen is not inserted in the vagina and your blood test is negative for pregnancy.
After completing the course of Regesterone tablet period may come within 4-5 days(within a week) if it not comes you should consult a gynecologist and get your ultrasonography and blood test done to rule out the cause of delayed period.
Your blood group is Rh negative if your first baby was Rh positive then are you vaccinated with Anti-D immunoglobulin?
Sometime if abortion treated by dilatation and curettage(surgical abortion) it may lead to adhesion in the uterus and it will change your cycle but in your case periods are normal after abortion so you don't worry.
Weight gain may be because of hormonal changes caused by delaying period.
Hope I have answered all your queries If you have further questions I will be happy to help.
Dr. Richa
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Follow-up: Irregular periods, not pregnant. Done with HCG, negative. Had abortion. Did it cause any uterus problem? 3 hours later
Thank you very much for letting me know the details.yes I have vaccinatedwith rh anti d immunoglobulin .wil consult the gyne .i got scared bx of cramping in abdomen ,,but not getting periods.will the earlier abortion make me infertile in future bx of blood grp?
Answered by Dr. Richa Agarwal 11 minutes later
Nothing to be worried. Be cool, because of your negative blood group and abortion it does not mean that you become infertile in the future.
You should consult a gynecologist for your cramps and delayed period.
Precaution is important because your blood group is negative and you have previous abortion but that does not mean you get so much tense because stress may affect your conception and chances of pregnancy.

Wishing you good health.
Everything will be fine.

Take care.
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