I agree with your doctor. Your chances are just fine for a healthy pregnancy. There is a miscarriage rate of possibly as high as 25% of pregnancies (many before the woman even knows she is pregnant) so early miscarriage does happen pretty frequently in most women of childbearing years. It is usually because something is not forming properly in the cell division process or there is a chromosomal problem. It's nature's way of taking care of things. Women having a miscarriage close to the time of removal is really no greater than the average population.
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Debbie Miller, RN