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Can I concieve again after the miscarriage this month ?

hi, i got pregnant twice this april after taking chances for long, but i had stomach crums all time and had a blood spot in early june . doctor advised for ultrasound and d result is early fatal demise. i wnt to know why did it happend and will it happen again if i take next chance? And when should I take next chance? I am 28 yrs old .
Asked On : Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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Such early termination of pregnancy or abortion could be due to a variety of causes. Like chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus, strenous activity during the first trimester, any other underlying disease in the mother like anemia, fetal malformation, etc. You should go back to your OBG specialist, and discuss further on it so that you can take the necessary precautions next time. Hope you come out of the incident. Be well. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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