Hi, me and my husband have been ttc for 14 months. I have 2 boys. I had them when I was 18 & 21. Im 28 now, and my husband only has 1 child. I have been pregnant 4 times. But miscarried 2. I also had clmyidia in 2009 but I still got pregnant after that. I took a fertility test and I can still get pregnant, I just dont know about him because he was taking testostrone. Please help me. I dont know whats wrong..
Sorry to know about your miscarriages. The common causes of recurrent miscarriages are chromosomal defects, uterine abnormalities, incompetent cervix, hormonal defects, PCOD, autoimmune disorders, infections etc.Did your doctor evaluate you to detect the cause of your miscarriages? You and your husband should undergo a thorough medical evaluation. After a D&C there is a greater risk of infection and scarring, this may impact fertility. You and your husband both may need evaluation.Consult your gynecologist for more queries and assistance. Keep me posted.
Best luck and take care!
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