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Irregular periods. Taking mudus medication, no periods. History of miscarriage. Chances of conceiving in future?

hi i am XXXX my period was irregular for two month so doctor told me to take mudus 10 mg 10 tablets for five days and she said you wil get your periods in two weeks but its more than two weeks and i haven t get it and six month befere i had a miscarriage i was having five months pregnancy i want know that i am having any internal problem or there is a chance of pregnancy
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum . it seems that you are anxious to be pregnant . if i am right you should get it confirmed whether it is pregnancy by home urine pregnancy test, & blood test for pregnancy in the lab.
you had abortion of 5months before . so there are ample chances of getting pregnant. if not done before
get the pregnancy test done. if it is not pregnancy other causes are anaemia, & organic causes of the uterus.
i advise you to consult a gynacologist for diagnosis.
besides i advise you to eat green leafy vegetables, cereals, egg, meet, fruits& juices.thank you.
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