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History of miscarriages. Brown discharge, no heartbeat. Reason?

i have had two miscarriages one last year in Aug and 2nd one last week. last time heart beat never came and i terminated it through pills on my 7th week. this time heart beat was there 148 pulse rate but after two weeks i had very lettle brown discharge and we found tht there is no heart beat in the scan. so i terminated it through D&C on my 10th week. why is this happening again and again?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Thanks for writing to us.

You are currently suffering from recurrent miscarriage with malformed fetus as there was NO heart beat. Therefore, we need to evaluate the case by proper investigations for Blood gr & Rh typing, genetic abnormality, hormone deficiency (progesterone or thyroid), LPD, anti-phospholipid syndrome etc.

I suggest you to contact with local gynecologist for reviewing the test reports and next level of management.

Until then, you should take Vitamin-E and Folic acid supplements for at least 3 months prior to next conception.

Take healthy diet, control body weight, avoid stress and maintain a healthy life style.

Be well and take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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