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Delivered 2 children in two years. Both died due to low heart rate. No abnormalities found in scans, tests. Suggestions?

Dear Sir I delivered two female childs in a gap of 2 years but neither one is survived. Both of them delivered after a gestation period of 8 months and 20days. But soon after their delivery(about 30 minutes) their heart beat reduced and then died. There was no mobility in the childs after their delivery and they even don t cry. I have done triple scan in the first case and TIFFA scan in the second case. There was no abnormalities found. But I lost both of the infants. Please help me. I have married at the age of 34.Now i am 37.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Elderly pregnancy (more than 30 yrs age) is always a high risk element and your both baby died due to prematurity/preterm delivery.
Plan for pregnancy with consult of gynecologist and take Folic acid with other nutrient supplements from pre conceptional period to 3 months of pregnancy.
Do periodic USG scan with TRIPLE test in early wk and more careful about last trimester. Do one USG scan around 30-32 wk and take 2 dose of BETNESOL inj to give fetal lung maturity as additive.
Avoid heavy work,take healthy protein rich diet and complete bed rest specially in first and third trimester.
Be well and wish you for successful mother.
Answered: Mon, 17 Mar 2014
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