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Why do I get miscarriages when all the reports are normal and what precautions should be taken ?

have regular periods on time . There is no pain and is absolutely fine .During my first pregnancy i had bleeding during the third week and it was called miscarriage . Second time when i tried to conceive after all the tests asked by the doctor to be done , all the report was normal . But again i had bleeding and the baby was flushed out . i am really worried . please suggest something? Any help?
Asked On : Fri, 13 May 2011
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Hi welcome to Healthcare Magic

Since you have already done all the necessary investigations and it is normal.. Just get your thyroid test once, this is one of the up coming reason for menstrual disorders, leading to infertility... other methods are GIFT , ZIFT these are artificial insemination in vitro methods...
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