Can salmonella cause a miscarriage?

If severe infection. Any severe infection during pregnancy can cause fetal loss. Salmonella is certainly able to do that if high fever, profuse diarrhea and dehydration ensue. Care with your obstetrician, a maternal-fetal medicine and and infectious disease specialist should help you avoid this adverse outcome.
It could. Severe food poisoning, including salmonella could cause a miscarriage and pregnant women are advised to avoid certain foods that more commonly cause these types of infections.