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Why do I get miscarriages everytime ?

I am 29 yrs old I had three miscarriage in the first trimester 7th or 8th week after getting heartbeat of the fetus The medical reports reg chromosomal analysis Torch APLA autoimmune antibodies etc are normal USG report shows multiple fibroids largest measuring 40 X 40mm Previous doctors told that fibroids dont cause abortions in the first trimester I have regular normal period no pain or cramping Are these abortions are because of fibroids or any other reasons
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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There are several causes for repeated miscarriages. According to you, it may be due to:
- Progesterone deficiency. If this is the case, your doctor will advise you to take some medications to increase the level of progesterone hormone.
- Diabetes mellitus. (if uncontrolled)
- Thyroid disorders. (if severe)

What is the blood group of you and your husband ?

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