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Having irregular flow after two miscarriages. Negative pregnancy test. How to have a normal flow?

I had 2 miscarriages in the last year..had a normal period on June 14 then started July 1st again not normal..1st day brown yuk 2nd day slimy red with no clots 3rd one big clot during the day and one at night..that was the only 2 clots..4 and 5 just on and off bleeding no clots..and my lower stomach hurts ..neg pregnancy test
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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There is a possibility that you had a miscarriage again. The pregnancy test will be negative as the hormone levels drop very much after miscarriage. Even in the early stage of pregnancy, if the pregnancy is not viable, the pregnancy test comes negative. So, not much emphasis can be placed on the result of pregnancy test. You need tests to detect infections (TORCH), hormonal assessment, ultrasonogram of uterus and ovaries as well as karotyping of both partners in view of recurrent miscarriages. Please consult a Gynecologist at the earliest.
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