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Had miscarriages, regular periods, conceived, taking loprin, folic acid, thyroxin. Chances of successful pregnancy after miscarriage?

I am 26 years old female. I had been suffered from two miscarriages one in 2008 and the other in 2010. I had two DNCs. After me second DNC, my periods are regular which were disturbed from my day of puberty . I have conceived third time a month ago and my doctor has suggested me 1 tablet of LOPRIN (75mg) daily along with Folic Acid (5mg), Theragran - M and Thyroxin which are being taken. Would you kindly apprise me the chance of being successful with this conception? Or I am likely to suffer from the panic again? Mrs. Nadia Javed
Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
because of your history of previous miscarriages your doctor might have kept you on aspirin,
folic acid is necessary for neurological development of the baby.
theragran -m contains multi vitamins and minerals,
may be you are having history of hypothyroidism, that is why thyroxin was prescribed.
for successful pregnancy normal levels of thyroid hormones to be maintained.
along with these better to take progesterone tablets with your doctor's advice.
take care.
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