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Which treatment is advised for recurrent abortion ?

HI Ihad 4 repeated abortion in the last 3 years &i do all immunological tests & there are rhaumatiod factor positive & and antimicrosomal antibodies positive&but i donot have any signs of rhaumatoid or thyroid illness &please tell me the treatment of recurrent abortion?what are the treatmment?age38 years I have 3 childs & hieght162 &w 65 kg & abortion every time after2 or 2 and half months& the 4 recurrent abortion occur after ihave frist 3 childs&what are the treatment for me?
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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It appears like some autoimmune cause which is leading to recurrent abortions. You are extremely lucky to have 3 children. Treatment for recurrent abortion is possible with immunotherapy but success cant be guaranteed. Pregnancy requires intensive monitoring. You need to consult team of doctors including gynecologist,rheumatologist and physician. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 29 Jun 2011
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