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Miscarriages are relatively common. As a matter of fact, up to 50% of all pregnancies can end in some sort of miscarriage. Most of the time, that happens extremely early in pregnancy, and most women ... Read More »
Loss of an early pregnancy is a common and often difficult experience. About 10% of recognized pregnancies end in miscarriage. The actual rate is higher because many losses happen before a woman is ... Read More »
Women are often told to wait two or three months before trying to become pregnant after a miscarriage. However, there are no known risks to a pregnancy conceived even 1 month after a miscarriage. If ... Read More »
You may be at increased risk for miscarriage if you're pregnant and... - have had three or more miscarriages. - are older than 35. - you smoke, drink alcohol, or use drugs. - have a ... Read More »
After the loss, you might be stunned or shocked. You might be asking, "Why me?" You might feel guilty that you did or didn't do something to cause your pregnancy to end. You might feel cheated and ... Read More »
There are a number of treatments available for someone with unexplained infertility. They can be very conservative using oral medications, can involve inseminations or can progress to the use of in ... Read More »
While any loss is difficult and emotional, I also don't believe that miscarriage means you have to panic about your possibilities of motherhood. Miscarriages are very common, and one miscarriage ... Read More »
About 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and it's likely that half of all fertilized eggs have chromosomal abnormalities and are flushed out before you even know you've ... Read More »
Many miscarriages are due to chromosomal abnormalities, and the abnormality is a random, DNA Russian roulette. Chances are very good that your next pregnancy will go perfectly well. There are a few ... Read More »
There are so many things that need to go right for a pregnancy to go full-term, it’s a wonder we can reproduce at all. And when one thing doesn’t go right, it can mean a miscarriage. Sometimes ... Read More »

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