Know about recurrent miscarriages 2

Know about recurrent miscarriages 2

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Know about recurrent miscarriages 2
Posted in 2013

Miscarriages appear to be a natural process to protect a woman from a pregnancy that is abnormal. Most losses are due to a chromosomal abnormality of the embryo. However, a variety of other factors can contribute to continued failure to carry a pregnancy. In some cases, genetic factors can prevent an embryo from developing normally. In other cases, conditions affecting the uterus, metabolic causes, environmental factors, infections, hormonal disorders, and possibly clotting disorders can affect a woman’s ability to carry a pregnancy.
Genetics. A genetic problem with a developing embryo or a genetic condition that affects one or both parents may result in recurrent miscarriages.
As many as 50-70% of all early pregnancy losses are believed to be caused by abnormalities in the chromosomal makeup of the embryo. These errors typically occur early in the oocyte (egg) maturation process and less commonly during sperm maturation.
In some cases, one or both parents may have a chromosomal abnormality, resulting in an embryo with too much or too little genetic material. We can evaluate a couple’s chromosomes with a test called a karyotype analysis. While some genetic issues affecting parents are undetectable, we can now test embryos for certain genetic abnormalities before they are transferred back to the uterus during in vitro fertilization. This process is called pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).

My advise
1...  It is painful to the couple of repeated or recurrent miscarriages..  If uterus is abnormal shape by birth I advise them to follow IVF with necessary precautions.  Generally it is rare case.
2...  I advise every couple to think and take necessary steps to avoid recurrent miscarriages
3...  When you decided to give birth to a healthy child follow healthy life style, positive thinking to have safe pregnancy, safe delivery and healthy child.  It will avoid recurrent miscarriages.

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