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Can I have a baby with multiple health problems?

Q: I have had two difficult pregnancies. One resulting in my son being born at 32 weeks, weighing 3lbs, 2oz and the other one resulting in still birth at 24 weeks. I have insulin dependent diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease and recently, I have developed blood clots in my arm. What are my chances of having another baby?

A:You can have another baby, although you will be a high risk pregnancy and will need monitoring through out at a good centre.

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