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Does miscarriage increase your risk of infertility?
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A friend of mine said this is what her doctor told her. She said for every miscarriage, the chances of fertility go down. I guess many doctors believe this to be the case for abortions as well since they are medically induced miscarriages at the end of the day. Not taking any shots at women who have had them or anything, I don't mean to offend. Just something that was mentioned. I am just worried that because I had a miscarriage and I am already in my 30s, my chances are going down more and more for having a baby.
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#2
No, not at all! My sister had a miscarriage and was able to get pregnant about 10 months after and went to term with twins. I am sure some medical issues might play a role in this but it is seldom an issue to worry about.
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#3
I think it can if you have health-related issues that caused it in the first place but the reproductive organs in the female body are very good at bouncing back so I would consider it a rare thing if you are otherwise healthy.
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#4
Complications can, yes. This is usually when a miscarriage causes an infection. This is the same for abortions. If you get even a mild infection, it can cause scaring and tissue deposits which can greatly lower your risk of conceiving in the future.
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