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i had an out implanted over two years ago when i had my son then i had a miscarriage and had to remove it. 6 months ago i became pregnant again and lost this pregnancy as well. my periods have been regular. my period was due on the 1st of august. i'm a li

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Dr. Ayisha Gani
Specializes in Internal Medicine
Recurrent miscarriag: If you are having recurrent miscarriage need to be worked for hormone deficiency and blood clotting disorder and structural abnormalities. Talk to your OBGYN, or call our healthtap line and talk to one of our OBGYN .
Answered on Aug 7, 2015

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