Pregnancy After Miscarriage

Loss of pregnancy without any external cause before the 20th week is called miscarriage. Most women have healthy pregnancies after a miscarriage, but approximately 1 % have repeated miscarriage. You can conceive two weeks after a miscarriage, but it is advised to wait at least for three months.

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I have PCOS as well as a chocolate cyst in my left ovary and have been trying to conceive using Ovaa Shield for the past three months. Kindly help.

Query: Hello doctor,I am a 29-year-old female trying to conceive for the past two years. I had a miscarriage seven years back. I have a chocolate cyst in my left ovary and PCOS. I used Ovaa Shield for the past three months. But no results. What should I do?Kindly help.  Read Full »

Dr. Talpe Ashwini Nanasaheb

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thank you for your query. I understand your concern. Kindly share details of the hormonal profile, and AMH depending upon the reports I can guide you further on whether to plan naturally or go for fertility treatment. Since you have tried for two years mostly you wi...  Read Full »

My TSH levels are normal, but I had a miscarriage four months ago, and a thyroid antibody test twice in two weeks. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, My TSH levels are normal. I did three tests in a month so far, and the results were 0.7 mIU/L, 1.4 mIU/L, and 1.6 mIU/L, though not in this order. Thyroid antibody tests were done twice in two weeks, and the results were TPO 134 IU/mL and Thyroglobulin 46.7 IU/mL during the first time,...  Read Full »

Dr. Shaikh Sadaf

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and can understand your concern. Your TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) levels are well below 2.5 mIU/L which is enough to conceive. You do have antibodies that pose a risk to develop thyroid dysfunction anytime in the future if your lifestyle is dis...  Read Full »

I have had two miscarriages and have an AMH level of 3.8 and my husband is suffering from varicocele and a low sperm motility issue. Should I go for IVF?

Query: Hello doctor, I had two miscarriages one year apart, five years ago. Initially, there was natural implantation but I had a miscarriage in the eighth week of my pregnancy. And, the second time I had an ectopic pregnancy. My AMH is 3.8 and my husband is suffering from low sperm motility due to varico...  Read Full »

Dr. Uzma Arqam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have read your query and understand your concern. An AMH (anti-mullerian hormone) level of 1.05 ng/mL is considered as low. You have an AMH level of 3.8 ng/mL , which is actually sufficient. The low sperm motility of your husband is due to the varicocele. IVF (in ...  Read Full »

I am planning for a pregnancy after a miscarriage. What do my attached reports suggest?

Query: Hello doctor,I am planning for a pregnancy after a miscarriage. Please review my attached reports.Kindly help.  Read Full »

Dr. Manwani Saloni Dilip

Answer: Hello,Welcome to you for your query.I understand your concern. The cytomegalovirus titers show past infection, which is probably the reason for the miscarriage. The rubella titers for the current infection are borderline. Have you had a recent fever or rash or come in contact with ...  Read Full »

I have an 11-year-old son and had two miscarriages at an interval of five years each. Please help me to conceive.

Query: Hello doctor, I am 38 years old, having one boy of 11 years and two miscarriages after him with intervals of 5 years. Now I want to conceive. Please help.  Read Full »

Dr. Uzma Arqam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and can understand your concern. I have seen your reports (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). Your age is already 38, and now you should be vigilant to take precautions, a healthy lifestyle, and better physical activities to ha...  Read Full »

I had an ectopic pregnancy nine years ago. I got pregnant again after receiving IVF treatment but lost the baby due to poor growth. Is IVF my only option?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 27-year-old female; I was pregnant around nine years back but found that it was an ectopic pregnancy. I had my left fallopian tube removed. After two years, I started treatment for infertility and got pregnant after a year. But the development of the fetus was poor, and after th...  Read Full »

Dr. Uzma Arqam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have read your query and understand your concern. The treatment plan will depend on how early you want to conceive. If you want to conceive naturally, then you will have to follow certain healthy precautions. So, kindly follow the instructions mentioned below. ...  Read Full »

Is it reasonable to look into arcuate uterus for miscarriage?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 29 year old female. I am trying to conceive for almost a year. In this time, I have had three miscarriages at 4 weeks, 6 weeks and 5 weeks respectively. With my last pregnancy, I was also on Baby Aspirin 75 mg and Progesterone 400 mg. But, it did not make any difference. I have b...  Read Full »

Dr. Dattaprasad Balasaheb Inamdar

Answer: Hi, Welcome to From the MRI picture attached (attachment removed to protect patient identity), it does not appear to be an arcuate uterus. Arcuate uterus generally has fundal depression from outside. It neither appears to be a septum. Just ostia are deep seated giving appearance o...  Read Full »

Can I acquire a TORCH infection if my rubella IgG is positive?

Query: Hi doctor, I am 4 months pregnant. I had a TORCH test before two years as I met with miscarriage. The TORCH results were rubella IgG positive 19.56, rubella IgM non-reactive, CMV IgG reactive (738.65) and CMV IgM antibody non-reactive. I want to know whether I am at the risk of TORCH infection? Am ...  Read Full »

Dr. Neha Rathod

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I have gone through the query and images (attachment removed to protect patient identity). You are not at risk of TORCH infection (toxoplasmosis, other, rubella, cytomegalovirus and herpes infection), so relax and do not worry. If it would have been the IgM posi...  Read Full »

My wife had a miscarriage, and her hCG levels are still high even after two weeks of miscarriage. What could be the cause?

Query: Hello doctor,My wife is 39-year-old, and this was her first pregnancy. She had an early miscarriage with light bleeding. She was approximately four weeks pregnant. We went to the hospital due to very light bleeding, and they did an ultrasound (transvaginal) which did not detect anything, as well as ...  Read Full »

Dr. Sameer Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to The presence of positive beta human chorionic gonadotropin indicates a developing pregnancy, but if it is not intrauterine, then it is likely to develop outside the uterus as a possible ectopic pregnancy. You should wait for two weeks for a repeat USG (ultrasound) pelv...  Read Full »

My report shows retroplacental haemorrhage.I have a prior history of miscarriage.Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, I am 24 weeks and 2 days pregnant. Black colour bleeding started at 16th week. Since then black bleeding occurs occasionally. On the USG report done on 27th November it showed a mild retroplacental haemorrhage. The growth and movement of the fetus is normal. Today some bright red...  Read Full »

Dr. Sameer Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Considering your history and bleeding on and off from the 16th week, and now at 24th week of gestation, you are presented with an old and mild retroplacental hemorrhage over the anteriorly placed placenta grade 1 maturity. (as per attached reports). One needs to unders...  Read Full »

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