What is a thrombophilia?

Thrombophilia. Or hypercoagulability is the propensity to develop blood clots due to an abnormality in the system of coagulation.

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What are the risks of a thrombophilia during pregnancy?

Yes. The risk of a blood clot would be the greatest issue. A miscarriage is a complication of thrombophilias also. Treatment can be successful with low dose Aspirin and subclinical heparin. Read more...
Loss of pregnancy. Intrauterine fetal death is a complication of thrombophilia during pregnancy; in addition to the usual complications of thrombosis and embolism that occur during the non-pregnant state. Read more...