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What Not To Do After A Miscarriage
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
What tests do endocrinologists do after multiple miscarriages? What tests will my husband get? We have 1 healthy daughter
Incompetent os ..?: If you've had several miscarriages it may not be an endocrine problem. Speak to your obstetrician about an incompetent os. ...Read more
Counseling: Most providers will give support to the patient after miscarriage. They may direct the patient to a bereavement group. They will counsel the patient about the possible causes of miscarriage , and review any pathology findings. They should discuss the timing for future pregnancy and give advice on anything the patient can do to prevent another loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After miscarrying several times & getting two abortians what are yout chances of being unfertile young ?
Depends: Given a history of recurrent miscarriage, one's prognosis for a live birth depends on: - current age of woman - results of evaluation for recurrent pregnancy loss assuming woman is <40 years old and evaluation is normal, chance of live birth with next pregnancy is ~65-70%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes possible: Many possible causes of miscarriage exist. You have more chance of another success than multiple miscarriages with no child. With 2 or more miscarriages we look for low egg supply, uterine problems like polyps or fibroids, abnormal antibodies, blood clotting disorders, hormonal problems. Genetic tests if needed. See a reproductive endocrinology/ infertility (rei) specialist for tests & treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurrent PG loss: See your OB to help you conceive. ...Read more
Had 1st c-sec 7 wks ago. I read online many women have miscarriages after their c-sections why does that happen now I'm worried for future miscariges
Miscarriages happen: Many pregnancies miscarry (it's a normal part of life). Many women miscarry before their C-sections, and many women miscarry after their C-sections... which means miscarrying is not related to C-sections. If a woman has repeated miscarriages, her Ob-Gyn doctor can help find out if she has a disorder that makes her more likely than normal, to have miscarriages. ...Read more
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