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I'm almost 39 and have a 3 year old daughter conceived naturally. Since her birth I have had 3 miscarriages and have had investigations that show I have antiphospholipid syndrome and I now take aspirin. My last miscarriage was over a year ago and we've been trying to get pregnant since with no success. Taking into account my age and medical history we are wondering if IVF would be an option for us.
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We are sorry to hear about your miscarriages. Given to duration you have been trying for a pregnancy, we would suggest that you should see a specialist fertility doctor to get some baseline investigations to assess yourself and your partner. If you are not pregnant in next six months, despite normal investigations, IVF should be considered.