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Miscarried twice, cysts. Will i be able to conceive or not?

Hi Dr, my name is saherish,after trying for a two years i conceived but i miscarried.In 6 moths i miscarried in october 2011 and january 2012.After that i didnt conceive yet.i did several test but all were normal.but in 1 test it shows cysts .is it mean i will not conceive?will u please tell me the reason and treatment for it so that i can conceive?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Hello Saherish,
Thanks for the query.

Repeated miscarriage could be due to many reasons like genetic predisposition, infection, anemia, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalance and other medical problem.
So you need to consult tour Gynecologist for proper examination and pin point the cause of repeated miscarriage.
Even with 2 consecutive abortions, chances of successful pregnancy is as high as 80%. So you need not worry.
Hope this helps,
DR Nilofer
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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