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Two miscarriages one in February 2016 an
I have been married since 2009. Only in 2016 we started trying for a child since we had studies in USA etc. i conceived after five months of trying in jan 2016 but at six weeks i miscarried. We did not do any test. second time i conceived in june after ten weeks also no embryo was seen and doctor said blighted ovum.. both times i had a d and c. Second time we did all tests and chromosome test showed normal baby tissue(girl) o abnormalities. We did all the reproductive tests and every thing seems normal except i have slight glucose intolerance for which i am taking Metformin. After July we decided to give a break and try.. in Jan 2017 we tried again but i got my periods yesterday. My doctor says to for ivf. I am 32 years old and my husband is 31. My eggs and his sperms are good according to tests. Do we go for ivf immediately or try for a few more months.
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You seem to have different reasons for abortion-in one there was no embryo and in one there was an embryo. The good thing in your case is that you do not have trouble conceiving; unfortunately the pregnancy is not growing. It can be a little traumatising to have repeated miscarriages; but take a heart that you do not have Infertility.
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I do not think you need an IVF at this stage.
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You can be started on some medicines before you start planning for baby to help you sustain pregnancy. Couples with recurrent miscarriages have a high chance of conceiving as well as delivering a healthy baby. All the best in your quest for parenthood!!
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u can give a try there is difficulty in sustaining pregnancy not of infertility. get evaluated for that. can wait for few months with monitoring, if not conceived then can think of ivf
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