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Planning to conceive. Had multiple abortions. Chances of being pregnant?

plz doc can u help me,i had and abortion three times but now i want to give birth and i went to a doc and did some numerous test and the result was okay but i try to hv sex during my ovulation tht was once but my mens just came in,my question is am in need of a child and am taken pregnacare conception but shld i add bllod tonic to it or wht should i do to get preganant......thk u
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Welcome to heathcare Magic!
If you had spontaneous abortions then there may be an anatomic or genetic problems.
If you are having fetal loss in 3-4 month then you may be having SLE like AUTOIMMUNE Syndrome causing all this.
First of all you should visit and get examined by an experienced physician and get a physical examination.
In one cycle the chance of getting pregnant are about 15-20% after a regular unprotected sex, so obviously you need to have more patience.

Wish you a great health!
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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