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Trying to conceive, weight gain. History of medical abortion. Treatment?

hellp Doctor. My problem is im not able to conceive, i got pregnent 3 yrs back i was 2 month pregnent, i took a tablet for abortion which i dont remember the name, after few days i got heavy bleeding .. that time i didnt want a baby, but now im not able to conceive, will i ever be able to conceive?? i have also put on weight, around 20 kg more compared with 3 yrs back. i weigh 77 kg now. please reply.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
As you have a pregnancy previously it is proved that you are not primarily infertile. you are facing secondary infertility.
From you history putting on extra weight indicates to a polycystic ovarian disease which must be confirmed by USG whole abdomen alongwith a total hormonal profile including FSH, LH, TSH. These will clear what you actually have . Then it can be said whether you can able to concieve or not.
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