A 40-year-old female asked:
I'm 40 yrs and my husband is 38 2017 in april and december we had miscarriages in 2018 in may we had another one in 2018 september we had ectopic pregnancy since the we never conceive last year in july i had hcg ex ray everything is fine?
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Pediatrics 26 years experience
Fertility Dr: While miscarriages are not common (15%), about 5% of women will have at least 2 consecutive miscarriages while only 1% experience 3 or more. This is why it is so important that if you have had 2 losses or more you should talk to an infertility specialist ASAP who can begin looking into the possible miscarriage causes. Problems could be anatomic, hormonal, genetic or immunologic.
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