Know about recurrent miscarriages 3

Know about recurrent miscarriages 3

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Know about recurrent miscarriages 3
Posted in 2013

Conditions Affecting the Uterus. The process of implantation is hormonally regulated and requires a synchronized interaction between the implanting embryo and the lining of the woman’s uterus (endometrium). Factors that alter this relationship can result in pregnancy losses.
The hormone progesterone, produced by the ovaries in the second half of a woman’s ovulatory cycle, is necessary for the establishment and maintenance of pregnancy. The relationship between the hormonal environment of early pregnancy and implantation is intricate and, not very well understood.
Anatomical or structural problems with a woman’s uterus, including polyps, fibroids, or congenital defects, can result in miscarriage or complications later in pregnancy. An ultrasound test (saline sonography) or an X-ray test (hysterosalpingogram, or HSG) can reveal many structural abnormalities of the uterus. Occasionally, additional imaging studies may be required. Fortunately, many abnormalities of the uterus can be corrected through surgery.

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...  Fibroid problems, hormone problems etc.. can be cured with healthy life style
4...  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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