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Cause for miscarriage twice? Bleeding heavy and spotting. DNC required?

i had a miscarriage june 23, 2012 I asked my dr about a DNC about two weeks ago and he said everything was fine. this was my second miscarriage the first miscarriage was 04/01/2012 i stopped bleeding right away. this time i have already has a period because the bleeding was heavier, but i am STILL spotting this gross gooey mucus that is brown. what do i need to do? should I ask about a DNC again? and why did i miscarry twice? :(
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Dr. Purushottam welcomes you to HCM virtual clinic!
Thanks for consulting at my virtual clinic. I have carefully gone through your query, and I think I have understood your concern. I will try to address your medical concerns and would suggest you the best of the available treatment options.

Please do not panic.

Most of the times miscarriage happens due to genetic abnormality in the baby.
Sometimes there can be uterine problem like septum.

Either genetic study of pregnancy tissue after D&C or of both partners can be done.
Hysteroscopy will be of help to rule out septum.
Use of B12 and FOLIC acid 3 months prior to conception has shown to reduce risks to pregnancy.

I hope my answer helps you.
Wish you great health.
Dr Purushottam S Neurgaonkar
Answered: Wed, 24 Feb 2016
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