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Hello! I just recently had a miscarriage at 11 wks 6days on April 2012, my 4th one. I just found out I'm pregnant again I'm 4wks 4days.
My question is what r the chances of this pregnancy being a normal one? By me just having a miscarriage.
Hi! If you were my patient, with a history of 4 miscarriages and no deliveries(?) I would be nervous! I would probably follow the beta hcg levels and also progesterone levels. Progesterone supplementation might not be a bad idea. I would also want to do an ultrasound as soon as the pregnancy was far enough along to see. If everything was proceding normally, I would be cautiously optimistic for a good outcome! Good luck! Dr B
Hiya i couldnt really tell you but every pregnancy is different i know one of my friends had quite a few mc and she soon got pregnant after the last 1 and nows she 30 week pregnant with a little boy and everythings fine just dont stress or worry but good luck hope everything goes well :)7
I have three kids but i had three miscarriages after my youngest son and im now 9 weeks pregnant...about a week ago during intercourse a little pink stuff and tissue came out so naturally i went to the emergency room believibg beleiving i must of been having anther miscarriage...so as i was getting the sonogram i asked when i had miscarried but to my pleasant surprise the tech said who says u miscarried..she was very polite and understanding and her advice was nevet count the pregnancy out just bc i had three miscarriges....she said being possitive really does alot so just stay possitive even though it hard....well i found out by the sono that the baby was 8 weeks and had a normal heartbeat and i am almost nine weeks noe and im am extremely hopeful everything will okay.....so i will keep u posted with my progress....and the best of luck to you....
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