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Can Miscarriage Cause Endometriosis
Unlikely: Endometriosis can interfere with ovulation and therefore make getting pregnant more difficult but is unlikely to interfere with preganancy once established. HOWEVER the hormonal increases with pregnancy can make endometriosis symptoms worse. Suggest you consult your OB-GYN physician. ...Read more
I have endometriosis and just had a miscarriage now the pain seems to be back stronger than before is this because of miscarriage?
I was diagnosed with a slight form of endometriosis, I had a miscarriage is endometriosis a result of that and will it probably happen again?
I have had two spontaneous miscarriages and later on, when I was diagnosed as having endometriosis, I was told that these events could be related. Is this true?
Not likely: Endometriosis is a condition in which the lining of the uterus is found on other internal organs like the ovaries, bladder and bowel. It can cause an problem with infertility by causing scar tissue which may block the fallopian tubes. During pregnancy endometriosis may resolve partially or completely . Talk to your md about causes, testing and treatment of recurrent miscarriage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife is disgnosed with pcod and endometriosis..she miscarriage this month i.e 6/2014 ..Is it likely that she can conceive again in the next cycle.
I had endometriosis infection after miscarriage surgery, iv had antibiotics but this month iv go a lot of small clots in my cycle is it still there?
Trying to conceive with my partner. have suspected endometriosis, had a miscarriage a year ago. Have had stringy discharge for 6 days after ovulation?
Should i still exercise everyday after ovulation? Or can that increase chances of miscarriage. I have pcos, endometriosis & progesterone deficient
I didn't have any symptom of endometriosis before i got pregnant then why I have tilted uterus what doc should do is it normal or will cause miscarriag?
No miscarriage: Having a tilt to one's uterus (forward, backward or midline) doesn't affect infertility or miscarriage at all. Sometimes women with retroverted uteri (tilted back), also have endometriosis. Endometriosis can cause infertility but does not increase risk for miscarriage. There's nothing to "do" about a tilted uterus, it's a normal variation. Best of luck and thank you for using healthtap! ...Read more
Don't know for sure: No good evidence yet that endometriosis is a cause of recurrent miscarriage (2 or more losses). Endo. May affect embryo implantation, which affects getting pregnant not staying pregnant. Auto-immune antibodies (antiphospholipid antibodies or apa) are more common in women with endometriosis even with no losses. Apa cause some cases of recurrent miscarriage. Need big studies to find if linked or not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a biopsy done after 2 miscarriages at 17 and 18 weeks. Told I have bacilli +, could this the main cause as i want to try again. I need answer s?
No: You really need a full workup , usually by a fertility specialist, for recurrent miscarriage. This evaluates physical, hormonal and genetic causes. The most likely reason is that you formed genetically abnormal pregnancies, that is the cause 70% of the time. And time may be very important here. So i would recommend an evaluation sooner rather than later. ...Read more
Yes, it can: Endometriosis can and does interfere with ovulation as well as fallopian tube motility(the ability to conduct the fertilized egg to the uterus). Researchers are not exactly sure why, whether the endometriosis implants secrete a substance that does that or not, but 40% of all infertility patients suffer from endometriosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities : There are many causes of multiple miscarriages including age, genetic issues, uterine pathology to name a few. If you would like an answer more specific to your history please consult with us. ...Read more
Unlikely: The human reproductive system is quite effective at getting a fetus the nutrients it needs to develop. Women conceive, even in times of shortage and famine. Obviously there can be problems for baby if, say, Folic Acid is insufficient, namely, neural tube defects. Having said that, nutrition isn't a major cause for miscarriage. ...Read more
I had a total of 4abortions. 2 miscarriages. Are my abortions the cause of this happening? Didnt have any complications w/ my ab.
What do you mean?: I think you are asking if having elective abortions in the past increases the risk of having a miscarriage. Elective abortions do not increase the risk of miscarriage in the future ...Read more
Hold on....: Women have died for centuries in their attempts to end their pregnancy. This is the very reason that good, safe and easy processes are in place to help you end your pregnancy. There are dedicated professionals, even in the uk, who are ready to assist you and also to protect your health and your life. Please seek out health care for this. ...Read more
Miscarriage: It is thought that most early miscarriages are caused by a one-off problem with the chromosomes of the developing baby (fetus) in the womb. Such genetic mistakes become more common when the mother is older - that is, over 35 years old. There is greater risk of having a miscarriage if you Smoke, drink too much alcohol, Use recreational drugs, have certain medical conditions or infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Miscarriage: The most common cause of miscarriage is a chromosomally abnormal fetus. If the mother had profound cardiovascular shock and nearly died, a miscarriage might occur. But it is very hard to lose a normal pregnancy it that way. "shock" meaning a psychological stress does not cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
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