Our expert says:
If I understand correctly there have been two consecutive spontaneous abortions and therefore I would recommend that full and thorough investigations be undertaken with regards to this problem. There are five main areas of concern and certainly, genetic abnormalities in the embryo is by far the most important and likely cause in this case. This problem is rather complicated in terms of diagnosis and therefore, unfortunately, although the most likely, is also the most difficult to verify. Other factors to consider include:
uterine (womb) abnormalities,
hormonal factors e.g.: thyroid abnormalities, diabetes etc
Should these investigations fail to detect any abnormalities I would advise that you attempt pregnancy under controlled conditions and under supervision of a fertility specialist particularly the use of low dose steroids combine with low dose asprin might be of benefit in this instance.
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