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Premature birth, lungs not formed. Mother has high BP. TGG test for rubella. Help?

I AM 30YRS OLD.I lost my baby in 4days of its pre mature birth of 7 months.his lungs were not formed.I suffered with High BP and fitt occured so there was suddend delivery. Now by my doc its advised to go for IgG test for Rubella ,APLA tests, and TSH test. Is it safe to conceive if reports come normal.will it happen again?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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The cause of premature birth in your case is likely to be PIH and not the infections for which your doctor is investigating. Even if all your reports come normal, there are chances of having a high blood pressure again in your next pregnancy thus causing the labor pains.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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