Is It Still Possible To Get Pregnant Again After Three Miscarriages At The Age Of 26?
I am 26 years old woman and had had a miscarriage 3 times without a curette. So the first thing I BO and the doctor gave me a drug nopros * l if the name is not wrong and the sac of pregnancy came out on its own. And the second thing I do not realize if I am pregnant and I may be too tired so suddenly my stomach hurts and a blood clot comes out. The doctor also gave me the same medicine without curettage. And 2 months ago I tested it and the result was positive, the doctor said that the pregnancy bag was already there but the fetus was not visible because it was still very young, but 2 weeks after checking my stomach, it hurt and a blood clot came out and it turned out I miscarried again and not curetted. I have had three miscarriages, my question is, is it still possible to get pregnant again? Because I heard 3 times if a miscarriage, women will not get pregnant again. Then is there any effect of using drugs without curettage that causes me to miscarry easily? Thank you
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Blighted ovum (BO) is a fertilized egg but has not developed into a fetus since early pregnancy. In BO, the pregnancy sac can be identified but no fetus is found in it. BO is the main cause (50%) of abortion or miscarriage.
Some of the underlying causes of BO include:
Genetic abnormalities: chromosal abnormalities originating from poor quality eggs or sperm cells are the most common causes. Marriage with a close family can also increase this risk.
Obesity: researching women with a body mass index> 30 kg / m2 or obesity is at greater risk for recurrent abortion
Uterine deformities: women with abnormal uterine shape (arcuate, didelphic, bicornuate, uterine septate) are very at risk of recurrent abortion because the fetus cannot develop properly
Hormonal: low levels of the hormone progesterone have a greater risk of abortion
One method of treating BO is by administering a drug regimen that triggers uterine contractions so that spontaneous expulsion is expected, especially in very young pregnancies. The use of these drugs in general does not affect the condition of the uterus and fertility of women afterwards.
In the case of recurrent BO, it is strongly recommended to carry out genetic counseling for planning chromosome examinations. Couples who have a history of recurrent BO should be more vigilant and plan their pregnancies carefully, one of which is to consult with the genetic counselor. The possibility of a pregnancy reoccurring persists if it is still in a productive period. Then in general women must maintain health and pass a healthy and balanced diet. Food is recommended to be rich in nutrients that the fetus needs in the early stages of its development (iron, folate, calcium, etc.). Carry out further consultations with an obstetrician for further evaluation.
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