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Raspa possible after two years past from abortion ?

I m 26 ,95pounds.I got miscarriage baby thats near two months old after that ,I felt sometimes pain in tummy but I only ignored it my age that time is when I was 23 years old but i never undergo raspa after a year at the age of 24 i got pregnant and my daughter will be two years old this Dec.15,20011.Still I felt sharp pain sometimes in my tummy what s possible reason with this?
Asked On : Sun, 14 Aug 2011
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After your safe confinement you need not bother about Raspa.Wher is the abdomen pain upper ? lower. Is yuor periods regular? Please reply me about the nature of pain.This pain is not related to your old history of abortion.Kindly get your abdomen Examined directly & get an abdomen scan done if necessary.Thankyou.
Answered: Sun, 14 Aug 2011
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In lower part center also in the right side ,Yes my period is regular.The pain is not aching so badly only slight I felt it sometimes.I also notice that I easily got head ache after short sport like badminton etc.
Answered: Mon, 15 Aug 2011
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