three miscarriages in a row plz help

i had three miscarriges in last one year.one was at 5 week,second was 10 week and was embryonic pregnancy,third again at 5 weeks.i spoke to GP for my test.she said she can do nothing ,its just a bad luck.i have 2 kids full term,no problem with pregnancy.one is 5 and another is 3 year old.i desparetly need one more.but i am losing hope.any advice plz....

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  • The same has happened to my friend if you really need another you'll have to keep trying.

  • Hi there so sorry to hear your news. I had a miscarriage 3 weeks ago at almost 6 weeks, it's so hard, having 3 in a row must be horrendous for you. The NHS website says that if you have had 3 miscarriages in a row or more then you are entitled to tests, so I would get a second opinion from a different GP and ask for a referral, there are a few things that could be an issue, including a weakened cervix it says (http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Miscarriage/Pages/Diagnosis.aspx)

    Wishing you all the best

    K x

  • hello

    I also had 3 miscarriages in last 5 years. at least you have 2 kids before and you can conceive naturally. I do not have any kids and i am having treatment to conceive as well as for miscarriages. having miscarriages in such early stage is because your natural killing cells might be higher than the normal range. at least I have this problem. honestly speaking its just bad luck bcoz my 3rd miscarriage happened while I was on the treatment of NK cells. so... its a bad luck with me. but you can ask your GP to refer you to a gynaecologist and can also ask her to do NK cells test. if you can go on private treatment this test will cost you around £250 ONLY :P.

    Wishing you all the best

    honey2khan

  • thanks for everyone 2 reply.i have one question of honey2khan.if i have nk cells problems so why my second miscarriage was embronic at 10 weeks,it was not early.

  • Hi,

    A large percentage of early miscarriages are thought to be caused by abnormal chromosomes. Pregnancy loss is considered to be a miscarriage up until 23 weeks, with most occurring prior to 12 weeks (I miscarried at 12 weeks).

    I did ask about whether my miscarriage was considered 'early' and seem to recall the specialist telling me that miscarriage was considered to be 'early' up to around 16 weeks, but I'd just suffered a loss, so don't quote me on that one!

    There's more info at:

    nhs.uk/Conditions/Miscarria...

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