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After numerous miscarriages, could this be a sign of a bleeding disorder?
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Dr. Natalie Burger
Obstetrics & Gynecology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Not commonly
There are many reasons why a pregnancy may miscarry.
The most common reason is that there is some sort of genetic problem with the developing pregnancy. Patients with repetitive losses (more than 2 or 3) may benefit from additional evaluation of the uterus and certain hormonal, blood clotting, autoimmune, and parental genetic disorders.

In brief: Not commonly
There are many reasons why a pregnancy may miscarry.
The most common reason is that there is some sort of genetic problem with the developing pregnancy. Patients with repetitive losses (more than 2 or 3) may benefit from additional evaluation of the uterus and certain hormonal, blood clotting, autoimmune, and parental genetic disorders.
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Dr. Lois Freisleben-Cook
A common bleeding disorder associated with repeated me a carriages is a defect in the MTHFR gene. You should be tested for this as well as a number of other conditions associated with repeated pregnancy loss.
Dr. Charles Greenberg
General Practice
In brief: Maybe
Could due to bleedingbor blood clotting problem see a fertility expert.

In brief: Maybe
Could due to bleedingbor blood clotting problem see a fertility expert.
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