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History of miscarriage. Taking Bigomet and Eltroxin. How to conceive?

hi doctor i just want to know that last august 2012 i met with miscarriage but after that i am taking bigomet sr 500 mg twice a day and in early morning i am taking eltroxin 25mg with empty stomach these two medication i am taking now my question is from last three months we are trying to concieve a child but it dosen t so please can you tell me what to do mentioned two medicine is continouing from august 2012 to till date.... i am so much frustrated as my marriage is of 2.5 years and my age is 27 and height is 5 5 inches and weight is 80.....please reply as soon as possible.....
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Firstly, the cause of the miscarriage should be known to plan future management. Your ovulation status should be established, tubal patency tested, hormonal levels assayed, and male factor assessed. You should also maintain a healthy BMI. With proper monitoring and if necessary, ovulation induction, the results should be good. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you success.
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