Our expert says:
Recurrent first trimester miscarriages are somewhat difficult to evaluate accurately as a fair number of these cases are due to chromosome abnormalities. However a full and thorough investigation of your hormonal system as well as your auto immune system, should these test prove to be negative i would attempt natural conception again, but in addition consider using low dose cortisone therapy together with progesterone supplementation as soon a positive pregnancy test appears. The additional use of low dose aspirin is debatable at this stage but can be introduced if your blood investigation suggest the possibility of an anti phosphate syndrome. If you happen to have a third first trimester miscarriage, than the treatment option of invitro fertilisation may be a reasonable option to consider.
Answered by Dr M.I.Cassim
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