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Does d and c post a clot around fetus cause complications in future conception ?

Last year in april I had miscarriage of 1 n half month, we hav done all test and sonography before and all the reports was normal but suddenly I start bleeding and doc told that there was clot arround the fetus and it losts the breath and then I undergo D&C.We don t uderstand what was the reason now I m trying to conceive but not succeed can u help me?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Apr 2011
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Dear,thanks for the query.Usually this happened due to some hormonal deficiency which leads to poor growth of fetus can lead to this.At this time if you are having normal ovulation there are all the chances of getting pregnant again.Please see your doctor for possible reasons.Once you have got pregnant ,so major reasons for infertility are ruled out. so not worry.bye and take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Apr 2011
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