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I am 43 yrs old and had a miscarriage 2 months back. Just want to know the chances of becoming pregnant at 43. I have slight period on day 1 and heavy flow on day 2 and day 3 and it is very little on day 4.
I'm sorry to hear that you miscarried. Most miscarriages are caused by genetic abnormalities in the fetus, so sometimes it is for the best.
Obviously you got pregnant once, so there is at least a decent chance that it can happen again. If you really want a child badly, don't waste any time. Get to an RE for IVF tomorrow! If you are content to let Nature take its course, you may be blessed with a child--a pregnancy that doesn't miscarry is highly likely to be normal. There is a quite high risk of Down's syndrome, so consider what you would do regarding testing ( CVS, amniocentesis, quad screen with nuchal translucency scan ) etc.
I hope everything works out!
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