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Trying to conceive. Had a miscarriage. Change in menstruation. Will I be able to be pregnant?

I had a miscarriage in Feb 2012, been tiring to get pregnant ever since then, and nothing is happening. My period are usually every 28 day and 6-7 days long, but the past 3 periods have been every 30 days, 3-4 days long and very light. I m 34 and have no insurance as of now so any info would be great. I just want a baby and i m afraid something is wrong.
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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miscarraige is a very broad term and a prelimenary advice would be to have your self checked and evaluated with regards to your basic hormonal profile and ovulation study along with if possible tubal testing also.

just the complaint that your menstrual cycle has lengthened by 2 days and now it is a 30 day cycle instead of 28 days along with scanty menstruation could just be a sign of a change in the hormones hence i adviced hormonal evaluation and ovulation study & if you have had an abortion followed by curettage then ther lies the risk of tubal blockage and hence i suggested tubal testing

a sstandard investigation for any couple having trouble concieving should be a husband semen analysis
Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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