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What causes vaginal sores and can regestrone treat them ? How long after treatment is it safe to conceive ?

Hi Dr...I am 29 yrs old woman having no children. I had an early miscarriage 5mnths ago. Now I want to conceive. Is it the right time? Recently a small sore has developed inside my uterus. Is it a uterine fibroid or any vaginal infection? I have no prominant symptoms dr. has prescribed regestrone tablets. Are the tablets work as an ailment of the sore? Can conceiving develop the problem? I am very much scared and confused. Plz help.
Asked On : Sat, 28 May 2011
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Hello Sweet Fairy, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Yes, it is the ideal time to plan for Pregnancy, if you and your Partner are mentally ready. There are various causes for Miscarriage and the sore which you are saying which is there in the uterus could also be the cause. Kindly don't worry, you will be able to have a Full term Pregnancy, Regestrone has been prescribed to help you conceive and maintain your Pregnancy once you conceive. Jut relax, even without treatment, about 70 percent of women with repeated miscarriages go on to have successful pregnancies.

Wish you Good Health, Take Care. Good Luck.
Answered: Sat, 28 May 2011
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