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whats wrong with me

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1 year ago
hi I'm 20 and had 2 miscarry s back to back, one January 1st and February 17. took birth control for a month then we decided we were ready for a baby. since march "when i stopped taking birth control" my periods have been strange. the doctor told me they would be messed up due to the birth control. I don't understand this because i was only on it for a month exact. It is now June and i just had my 3rd miscarry...i am healthy take a prenatal everyday does anyone have any ideas......it is truly heartbreaking and sets me back a little

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1 year ago
Unfortunately, not all women can carry their own biological children. There are too many reasons to list as to why this happens. Talk to your doctor about your options. You may be able to use fertility treatments to help, or you might need to consider a gestational carrier or adoption.
1 year ago
thanks so much for your comment we're looking into that ;)

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