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Pregnancy difficult after miscarriage

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I am 22 i got pregnant at 19, i only had a period 4 times a year then, i got pregnant with in 1 month...I had a miscarriage at 3 1/2 months and had a DNC, and since then i have had a period every month but have not been able to get pregnant, why is that? PCOS? Endometriosis, Stress,? I want a baby and i want to start my family now. I got prenatal vitamins from the OB/GYN but all prenatal vitamins make me have a niacin flush unless im pregnant and it can disperse the meds to me and the baby. How do i get pregnant? Whats the trick?


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replied May 10th, 2010
Getting Pregnant Answer A11916
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you have not been able to get pregnant since D and C there are two possibilities. One is infection either of uterus or the tubes. The other is Asherman’s syndrome. Excess dilatation and curettage results in adhesions in the uterine cavity. The trick is to consult a gynecologist to rule out these causes. Hope this helps. Take care!



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