I have a friend who has done abortion thrice, two was done surgically that is D and C, the last one was aborted through drugs. She is married now and trying to concieve, she has undergone many medical test and check-up, the doctors keep saying she is ok, it over a year but no pregnancy. Please i need tip on how to help her.
Hello r24gu and thanks for posting for your friend. Now that your friend has been trying for over a year, she may want to consult a fertility expert.
Also, you don't mention that her husband has been checked out. Anywhere from 30-40% of the fertility issues are Male Related . So it's possible it's not a problem with her friend at all, but her husband.
Let us know how she's doing,
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