Thank you for your query.
When there is recurrent loss of pregnancy apt care should be taken and proper investigations should be done first to know the reason for the loss, when diagnosed aptly, appropriate precautions along with some empirical medications and supplementation of hormones and vitamins should be taken prior to planning for the next conception. If the reason for the pregnancy loss is of immune origin then with each loss of pregnancy, the difficulty of the pregnancy to go to term will sharply start decreasing. It will become very difficult to manage then. If the blood groups are same there won’t be any problems with conception and pregnancy, only if there is one who has AB positive and the other AB negative can they arise problems. Therefore prior to attempting to conceive next time appropriate consultation with an obs/gyn doctor who has experience in managing high risk pregnancies and bad obstetric history cases should be consulted along with your medical record.
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