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Does overweight cause abortion ?

Hi , did overweight causes abortion . its 40days for me i am going 2 take ultrasound since i got periods and periods is normal like routine periods. will t chances of pregnancy s there now also becoz i had positive result wen i test since i got periods i am in doubt.kindly advi pl. my queries are 1. overweight of me will cause abortion by nature? i have chances of positive result still? 3.if not positive should i get any treatment for avoiding abortion in next time? 4. Will Getting abortion( since i got periods by nature dint do abortion by myself) cause any prb 2 get pregnant again. any drs kindly advice I am totally depressed now. so kindly advice
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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hello meenashi... its not necessary hat overweight always causes abortion.. n yes u have chances of positive results.. if u want safe pregnancy u can take homeoapthic mediciens for safe n easy pregnancy.. n it will take care of your ove weight also... god bless..
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