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Is normal pregnancy possible after having two preterm pregnancies?

Hello, I ve had two preterm pregnancy s. At 19 and 21 weeks my water broke. Doctors do not have an idea on what could cause this since there was no sign of week cervix. I was not diagnose with any disease, they did a lot of tests and all came out normal. Do I have a chance of having a normal pregnancy? or even having a chance to have a baby. I was 29 and 31 years old when that happened. I am now 36. Thank you
Tue, 29 Mar 2016
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Hi.

If no abnormalities were observed, then it could just be pure coincidence. Make sure you are active, but not overactive physically, take your pre-natal supplements at least 3 months before starting conception and accordingly during pregnancy as well.

Chances are always present, but yours will be a complicated pregnancy purely because of your age. Get your hormone levels checked, and if all is well then there should be absolutely no assistance required for you to conceive either.

Best wishes.
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Is normal pregnancy possible after having two preterm pregnancies?

Hi. If no abnormalities were observed, then it could just be pure coincidence. Make sure you are active, but not overactive physically, take your pre-natal supplements at least 3 months before starting conception and accordingly during pregnancy as well. Chances are always present, but yours will be a complicated pregnancy purely because of your age. Get your hormone levels checked, and if all is well then there should be absolutely no assistance required for you to conceive either. Best wishes.