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Somebody has given his opinion to me on a particular subject. I think about it which raises some questions about that subject matter.

So, I want to say it using the Idioms "give some thought to something"

Is the following sentence correct?

After given some thought to it (your reply) raises some questions.

How can I say it in more natural / native way.

Thanks

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The sentence you provided is ungrammatical:

After giving some thought to it, your reply raises some questions.

This is incorrect because it is suggesting that your reply was thinking, not you.

You can fix it like this:

After giving some thought to your reply, I have some questions.

Having given some thought to your reply, I have some questions.

I have given some thought to your reply, and it has raised some questions.

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