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Trying to conceive, abortion, no fetal heart beat, bleeding. Follicular study done. Treatment?

Hi Doctor i am 27 years old i have concived ones and i got aboted at 2 months 2 weeks because the there is no heart bitt and bledding has doctor told me to abot.after that i did not concive,now doctor has told me to do follicular study i have till my 13th day RT is MSF and LT MSF and endo is 7.0mm,is this is a big problem,or we can solve it which are the health food which follicular will grow.please give me advice.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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thank you for writing to HCM
The fact you got pregnant very reassuring that you can get pregnant again.

A follicular study done showed only multiple small follicles in the ovary.
You can check with your doctor if you have a condition call polycystic ovarian syndrome and can get treatment if you have the condition
This will help you in getting pregnant.
Diet to some extent in this condition will help

hope to have answered your query
Dr Nandita Thakkar
Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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