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Taking Clomid, trying to conceive. History of miscarriage. Will medicine work?

hi i am 22years old and my husband is 24years of age i got pregnant like two months ago but i miscarriaged,we have tried for another but it seems impossible,last month i took clomid but it never worked .right now am taking the medicine called for women tyrn to quest is will this medicine work.joannereagan8@gmail .com
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Well we are not worried with a single miscarriage, as it sometimes can occur. Right now you are very eager for conception with a failed cycle with clomid. I cant exactly know what medicines you are taking right now. Well if you don't conceive with one or two cycles of ovarian stimulating drugs like clomid , please dont worry, and get a HSG done next cycle . It can tell you about the uterine cavity and the patency of the tubes after which you can go for clomid and a follicular study.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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