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Why having recurrent mcs on 13wks
I am also 35 plus n I had   three imiscarriage in 2014,2015 n Third one is on 12th june 2017.I had spotting n bleeding at the time of conception till the date of miscarriage in all the three cases. All three miscarriages happened in 13th weeks.I m in big dilemma that what is happening with me.can anyone tell me what examinations your gynaecologist advices you so that I may try for those tests too. I have a 6 yrs. Old daughter. At the time of her there was no problem. Now in these three cases we r surprised why it is happening with me.can anyone suggest me what should I do in this frustrating situation
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So sorry for your losses- it's never easy to go through a miscarriage, and I think it's even harder to not know why it happened.

Mostly, they run "blood work tests"- to test things like your thyroid, hormone levels, genetics, etc.  The risk of miscarriage also increases after 35.  

has your doctor given you any options for testing?  
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Nope they didn't advice me any test before this loss. I approached even more than 4 gynae but nobody said about certain testing.all of them only prescribed me ecosprin 75 for last 1.5 years. M also hypothyroidic so eltroxin diffrent doses was continued as per testing value time to time. No specific testing n no treatment was given. After my this loss my gynae gave me a shot of rubella vaccine n asked to come her clinic after exactly three months later n said in this duration avoid pregnancy any how.  Only after three months she will tell me what should we do further.
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Thank u so much for your concern purple1234567
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I went through the same thing. Lost 4 before 6 weeks after having 3 healthy pregnancies. Last one this past February. My Dr suggested the genetic testing as well, but before I could get the tests done I found out I was pregnant again...now 12w2d!! I still don't understand why they happened but I'm enjoying this pregnancy no matter what!
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