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This is my 6th pregnancy. I'm 9 weeks along and was told yesterday that everything is okay with the baby. I've had 5 m/c before, and will be getting hCG levels tested on Friday. I suffer from lupus and fear that I will lose this baby as well. Given my history, is there any chance that this pregnancy will go to term. I know from experience that things can change rapidly...just want to know what my odds are.
Your history of multiple miscarriages puts you at a notably high risk for having a subsequent miscarriage. If you haven't by now, an evaluation for a possible underlying cause of your miscarriages is warranted.
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