Five years ago I had a miscarriage but I wasn't living my life right so I was able to accept it. Now last month I found out I was pregnant after two years with the love of my life were so excited and then I miscarried again I barley made it thru this one then found out I have a retroverted uterus could this have something to do with it taking so long to get pregnant and then losing it both times
My doc is not recommending anything she says it should not impair my ability to have babies or anything and is not concerned about my miscarriages. I like her because she is so laid back but then again I don't think she knows how much I want this because I'm only 22. This is stressful thinking I may not have children although I'm not trying at this time
Ok, I read up on this a little bit, it sounds like it shouldn't interfear with conception or carring a child. Maybe your doctor could run some test to see what is causing the m/c's? How far along were you with each pregnancy? have you ever had a dnc after your m/c's?
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