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Had a miscarriage. Could that be due to a pilled groin or cyst?

Hi, I just had a miscarriage . Before I was pregnant I had discomfort, which I believe would be my groin . Once I got pregnant I felt more discomfort but it did ease up after a few weeks. I was wondering if this could have cause the miscarriage? I m not sure if its a pulled groin, or a cyst there or wjay else it could possibly be either. Just wondering.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Groin pain cannot be directly related to a miscarriage, it is the associated and causative factors that are responsible. You should get a proper evaluation by an expert to see what exactly caused the miscarriage so that you can take proper precautions next time. Hormonal imbalances, genetic defects, stress, infections and trauma can be the cause of the miscarriage. If analysis of the products aborted was done, this would give a better idea. A sonogram of the pelvis, blood picture, urinalysis are all helpful. Take care.
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