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Chance Of Miscarriage After 11 Weeks
Depends on many: Things: #1 is maternal age. Are you truly 42 years old? The chance can be as high as 40%. Have you had an ultrasound showing a heartbeat? The chance is then lower. There is no 'general' answer. ...Read more
15-30 %: Assuming that you are an otherwise healthy patient, all pregnancies have up to a 30% chance of miscarriage in the first trimester (first 13 weeks). This is true for all women, and it is considered a normal, natural occurrence. If you get pregnant three times in your life, you may likely have one miscarriage, and two babies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unsure without info: Sorry for your loss. Your risks will vary depending on several factors. If your miscarriage occurred before 12 weeks, your risks of another "early pregnancy loss" are statistically about the same or 2 to 5 % higher provided you and your partner remain healthy etc...The risks do increase much more after a second and a third miscarriage. ...Read more
Unkown: Every cycle has the same cahnce of a pregnancy. CAreful analysis of cycles reveal that maybe almost 30% of pregancies are lost in very early gestation and go unrecognized. A small prcentage of these will be recognized as a miscarriage. Chances do not increase or decrease. Chance is a random event and is not predictable. ...Read more
High what did: Your doctor say? Your doc should be able to give u an estimation, as it depends on how far u are along and how the sac looks if u are at least 7 weeks your doc should be able to see a normal rate 120-170 htbeat on the us. ...Read more
First trimester: One first trimester loss does not increase statistically the chance of having another. Second trimester losses are for different reasons usually, some of which might increase chance of it happening again. hope this helps you. ...Read more
Multiple AB: This is a common. Chances of a third miscarriage are in the 20 - 25% range. Chance alone is the most common cause with 15% of first pregnancies ending in miscarriage. Other: ovulation disorder (D.O.), chromosomal D.O., autoimmune D.O., uterine shape malformation, coagulation D.O. Diminished ovarian reserve and unknown cause. Be careful: lots of unproven testing and treatment out there. Gd luck. ...Read more
3 pregnancies in 4 months. 2 miscarriages, what can I do to improve my chances for the present one?
Look for an answer: Recurrent pregnancy loss is a very complicated topic. Taking that into account since you have had two births he should stay very helpful. Your workup should include a structured medical interview as it seems like you are having very early pregnancy losses. In addition, chromosomes on you and your husband, evaluation of your uterine cavity, and a hormonal evaluation is necessary. Considering your age and recent positive pregnancy tests there is a 50% chance that we are able to find a reason for these losses. If we cannot, he still have an excellent chance for an additional successful pregnancy. ...Read more
What are my chances of having a miscarriage again? I'm 6 weeks and i had a miscarriage two cycles ago
I've had 2 miscarrages in one year I am
Now pregnant again what are the chances on me miscarrying again
No way to tell: Pregnancy is a major event in a woman's body. It must be prepared by many hormones and changes in blood flow to help support the fetus. There are also factors in the development of the fetus which may affect the pregnancy. Each pregnancy, however, is its own event so it is not a foregone conclusion another miscarriage will happen. Eating well, hydrating, and prenatal vitamins help to support. ...Read more
When do my chances of miscarriage go down? My friend had a m/c @ 4months. Im so nervous at the thought of this
12 weeks: The risk of loss (miscarriage) drops dramatically after the first trimester (12 weeks.) your friend's '4 month' loss is uncommon, its also usually for different reasons. Best of luck. ...Read more
A few days ago i had a third miscarriage in the past year. How can I reduce my chances of having a miscarriage?
See specialist: Recurrent miscarriage is a complicated and frustrating problem because about 50% of cases have no diagnosis. See rei specialist for evaluation. Get micro-array genetics of any future losses. Numerous low-tech treatments and high-tech (pgs with ivf for those with genetic cause of losses). Sometimes, you can develop infertility too - watch for this. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had two unexplained miscarriages in arow am now pregnant again what are the chances of having a 3rd aged 23?
Higher than usual.: All things being equal, your chances of miscarriage with this pregnancy is slightly higher than that of other women your age. But because you are young, you also have a higher chance of a successful pregnancy, especially if you're healthy. If not done already, your OB should get an HCG level, pelvic exam and ultrasound. If everything looks good, chances are you'll have a healthy a baby ...Read more
I had a healthy boy 4 1/2 yrs ago. Recently had a miscarriage. Do I have a higher chance of having another? Also when can I start trying again?
See below: After one miscarriage, your risk of a second miscarriage is not any higher. Its roughly 1 in 5 (20%). There is some debate about when you can try again. Some docs will say that its ok to try again after you have a period. I usually recommend waiting about 3 months because there was one study that showed an increased rate of miscarriage if you get pregnant prior to 3 months. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had scan at 18+6 weeks everything with my boy was good measuring accurately good hb good growth what would be the chance for me to have miscarriage?
Unlikely: Most miscarriages occur in the first trimester. Unless you have had prior obstetrical problems or severe health issues odds are in your favor. ...Read more
Depends: If it runs in the family and is genetic, it really depends on the exact cause. Different genetic cause and predisposition will determine the chance. ...Read more
Pregnancy: The presence of a normal heart rate at 9 weeks reduces the risk of miscarriage. Most studies show that the presence of a normal fetal heart rate decreases the risk of micarriage to 3 to 5% (as compared to 15-20% before seeing a fetal heart rate.) there are a number of factors that can impact the risk of miscarriage, and good prenatal care is critical to improve the chances of success. ...Read more
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