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Chromosomal Defects Miscarriage
Im 42. Im miscarrying for the 3rd time. 1st were due to chromosome defects. What are my chances of having a successful pregnancy next time.
It depends.: You would only really be able to tell if you and your husband had genetic studies to see if you are carrying an abnormality. Even if both of you are normal, your risk is higher than average at age 42. For a more detailed response www.Askyourgynecologist.Org. ...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
See below: After 1 miscarriage, the chances don't change...Still around 5-10% depending on the study. ...Read more
Dependsonabnormality: Actually depends on where the abnormality came from (parent or not). If it is pre-existing in either parent, chances of recurrence can be as high as 100% in a fusion chromosome between the X chromosome and a non-X chromosome. If it is a new anomaly, chance are almost background, although seeing something once always raises the possibility of seeing it, or something like it, again. Can't generalize ...Read more
2 miscarriages, results 14 chromosomes. How we can treat that, heal? Is any medication or something? If yes with who I have to speak with that?
Your question shows: that you did not receive genetic counseling with regard to your test results in a manner to make it comprehensible for you. Please request a genetics consultation from the lab who tested you. Their counselors will explain it for you. Just get a copy of our chromosome report, which will have the appropriate phone number to call. A genetics consult for multiple miscarriage is also appropriate. ...Read more
Not enough informati: there are different treatments for different situations that possibly would be appropriate for you but there is no way I can tell without knowing why you believe that chromosome problems cause miscarriages.sometimes they do, and sometimes they don't. You should consider seeing a clinical geneticistto review your genetic historyAnd provide you with informed counseling. ...Read more
27 years couple miscarried second times.biopsy=trisomy 12,47 chromosomes.chance of happening again?how to treat?why it happens?tell me briefly plz
This is a random: occurrence which can happen to anyone. How soujld get genetic counseling. How may ask for fetal blood analysis in a future pregnancy at 2 to 10 weeks with results in 3 to y days, so you will uno has to work the entire pregnancy. Hour deserved this information. How may call the genetic counselor listed on the chromosomal report for a full discussion, but an in-person consult is best.. ...Read more
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
Why recommended to rule out anatomic, hormonal & chromosomal abnormalities first before doing antiphospholipid & autoimmune tests-2 early miscarriages?
First things first : Because they are more common.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are other reason for recurrent miscarriages besides progesterone, clotting, luteal phase, and chromosome abnormality?
My wife had tubal reversal 2007. 13 miscarriages 1 ectopic. Dna chromosomal compatability norm. My semen norm. No autoimmune problems.. What now?
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