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Overweight, had early miscarriage, advised re-planning post Torch test. Should I try to conceive or lose weight first?

sir i am rupali 31 years old i had miscarriage before 3 months back because baby s heart beats get stop in 3rd month after that doctor suggest me TORCH test and after analysis they prescribe me Folic tabs,Torch nil tablets and also told me now you can take any time chance ,but sir i am totally afraid because first time i loss my baby and also i am overweight of 85 kg and my height is 5 .2 ,so pl. suggest me shall i take another chance or first loose weight this year but i have Age factor also (my husband is also 35 Year s old)
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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You seem to rather anxious! Relax; Be positive; Have hope
35 and 31 years - not old at all! Nowadays, many people get married at this age!
Overweight is a contributing factor / not contraindicating - I have seen several morbidly obese people (more than 100 Kg) in the Middle East, conceiving and delivering on many occasions. Yet weight reduction is a must and will help - chances of blood pressure (Pregnancy Induced Hypertension), blood sugar (Gestational Diabetes) are all greatly reduced with reduction in weight. Start reducing now - the last two digits of your height in centimetres is your approximate weight in kilograms! (There are tables and BMI calculations). Go on trying for pregnancy at the same time. Hopefully all will be well
God bless you
Good luck
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Dear Rupali
Having Miscarriage about 3 month ago is not a very appropriate time to have a second chance. Give some time to your body to recover completely, say wait for a year. In this period take care of your health, get thyroid tested and look for other causes for over weight. Avoid excessive medication, be regular in your work out and diet. Be a healthy mother to have a healthy baby.
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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