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Thread: Miscarriage in the 20s
27th March 2014 09:00 PM #1
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Miscarriage in the 20s
Hi! I had 3 miscarriages when I was in my 20s. Does it matter now that I am in my early 30s and I still got no child?
18th April 2014 09:52 PM #2
I'm so sorry to hear that. I know from personal experience how devastating a miscarriage can be. Normally if you had 3 miscarriages in a row (without any successful pregnancies inbetween) then this would be known as 'recurrent miscarriage' and you would be referred for investigations to try and establish if there was a cause of the miscarriages. For example, some women who have recurrent miscarriage have a problem with their uterus which is causing this.
Did you have any medical investigations after the miscarriages to establish what the cause may be? If not then I would advise that you see your doctor about this for further help.
It is really from age 35 that a woman's fertility levels start to decrease more rapidly. However, if you are having problems conceiving then it is better to have further testing sooner rather than later.
With warm wishes,