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What treatment can be done for my sister to conceive ?

salam i want to ask for my sis she is 32yr f..married but dont hav any child..she had 3 miscarriages.......first twins both gone dead.......2nd time after 8months of pregnancy csection was done n child was dead.. menstrual period irregular......2ties dnc done n now doctor said to her that she has some kind of jerms in blood and gave her myrin tablets and vit 6 for 3 months course..
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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there are certain reasons which leads to repeated pregnancy loss.You should go for complete check up to find the cause & treated .Don`t loss hope try again with treatment from some very experienced Gynecologist.recurrent pregnancy loss is found in certain percentage of women .Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is filled with controversy and confusion Antiphospholipid antibody-are also associated with recurrent pregnancy loss: treatment is with heparin and low-dose aspirin .Disclaimer
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