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Miscarriages, scan showed no cardiac activity, blood not passing from mother to baby, prescribed flovite, ecospirin, function ?

hi sir/mam, i got married in 2008 & i had three miscarriages at two & half months at the same time for three scan i got the report that is no cardiac activity seen.Dr said that this is due to blood is not passing to the baby from me .and i advised to take flovite & ecospirin daily one tablet in the morning & in the night please rply me what is the reason thank you, kns
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Hi dear Sowmya,
thank you for choosing HCM,
Multiple miscarriages are due to many reasons..No need to panic..Consider the following tests to come to diagnosis:
-Get lupus anticoagulant levels to rule out antiphospholipid syndrome
-Visit Obstetrician to make sure there is no problem with your uterus
-Get bloood sugars,thyroid workup, since they may also cause miscarriages.
Ecosprin is given to prevent any clot formation and obstruction to blood flow to baby
Flovite is folic acid for baby's nerve tube deveopment recommended to all
Thank you..
If any doubt feel free to ask..
Answered: Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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