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Conception problem even after taking fertyl, duphaston. History of miscarriage in 1st trimester. Help?

hi, its been 2.7 years to marriage. i had misscarrige in 1st trimister(3 months) ( heartbeat stopped) then terminated it by suction tremionation process. now m trying to concive from last 6 months. taking fertyl n Duphaston as dr sugested. but still i am nt conciving. m so much worried wether i ll be pregnent or not....pls help me
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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So many times, first pregnancy ends in an abortion whatever the reason may be. Uterine irritability or a genetic defect could be the reason. You will know the likely reason only after analyzing the abortus. If you are regularly ovulating, you can have a natural conception even without induction. I advice you to have a complete couple work up to know the exact cause of your infertility and start treatment as only then will it be useful. Please consult an infertility specialist for further suggestions. Take care.
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