Am I a high risk pregnancy at 38 with previous miscarriage?

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The answer to this is yes and you will be looked after with more care than a woman half your age with no previous history of any miscarriages. You would of been looked after with greater attention being 38 but also having previous miscarriage makes you even more a priority. Please do not worry as people still have successful pregnancies at your age with miscarriages.
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