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Should I need to worry about another miscarriage at 24 and no health problems? I want more children and this worries me a lot

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David Escobar
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In brief: How many previous?

This may depend on how many miscarriages you have had.
It is not uncommon for a woman to have a miscarriage at least once during her reproductive years. I wouldn't worry too much; stressing yourself about your ability to have children will only be damaging to your overall health. Speak with your ob/gyn or family doctor about your reproductive health history and your future family plans.

In brief: How many previous?

This may depend on how many miscarriages you have had.
It is not uncommon for a woman to have a miscarriage at least once during her reproductive years. I wouldn't worry too much; stressing yourself about your ability to have children will only be damaging to your overall health. Speak with your ob/gyn or family doctor about your reproductive health history and your future family plans.
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