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Chances Of Recurrent Miscarriage
If parents' karyotyping is normal, what are the chances for recurrent early miscarriages due to chromosomal problems in fetus? Pls answer as clearly
Ans: There is always a possibility of a mutation. This cannot be predicted. However just because on the outside you are normal does not mean you do not carry a recessive gene. You and your partner can have gene mapping. But again remember thecwayvthe chromosomes line up is chance. But if you have abnormal genes you can put a percentage on the chance of that gene showing up. Again all a toss of the coin ...Read more
A miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. (Pregnancy losses after the 20th week are called preterm deliveries.) A miscarriage may also be called a "spontaneous abortion." This refers to naturally occurring events, not medical ...Read more
If you had an autoimmune issue or other things that cause recurrent miscarriage would you know without testing. Are there clear symptoms?
Not necessarily: The usual approach is to look for underlying causes if there has been a second miscarriage. The major diseases for which testing should be done are the clotting disorders such as antiphospholipid antibodies as well as others. Miscarriages may be the only clinical symptom of these disorders. ...Read more
Wut classifies u as having recurrent miscarriage? If i had 1 mc then healthy birth then mc 18 mnts later now pregnant again 1 cycle later shd i b worried?
Maybe: Worry is a feeling so you will feel it whether there is reason or not. There are some conditions that can cause miscarriage only some of the times. Usually 2 miscarriages is still just due to random statistics. About 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Hopefully all will be well if you get pregnant again. ...Read more
Can 4cm dermoid disrupt hormones to cause recurrent miscarriage? I've just had 3rd consecutive miscarriage but had 3 previous live births.
Unlikely, but: A dermoid, usually found in the ovary, is not likely to have an impact on fertility or pregnancy. It is possible for a dermoid to develop anywhere in the body, so if the dermoid is in the uterus it could certainly affect both fertility and pregnancy (increased chances for miscarriage) ...Read more
Does taking baby asa daily help or hinder implantation? Re advised me to take daily for recurrent miscarriage but will it affect implantation?
Neither: There's no evidence ('proof') that low-dose baby asa has any impact on implantation whatsoever. ...Read more
Talk to MFM: This question is best answered by a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, an OB who works with high risk OB cases. The timing and use of Aspirin depends on individual circumstances and reasons for previous miscarriages and should be individualized, so best to talk with the people who know your history best. ...Read more
Age:37. Recurrent miscarriage history. Early mmc. Currently 11w6d. Fetal heart rate has been 180 since 9 weeks. Does this definitely indicate a proble?
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