Fertility Specialists at different times have implicated among other factors, Chromosomal Abnormalities, as a leading cause of pregnancy miscarriages around the globe. According to Dr. Bryan Cowan, MD, chair of the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, “chromosomal mismatch accounts for 60 % of this challenge in women”. Then to overcome this condition, he has outlined various precautions women can follow.Get the detail after the cut…..
Chromosome tests (done through blood and/or tissue samples): In case of recurrent miscarriages from two times above, he advised you take the blood tissue/sample for laboratory test for proper diagnosis, to avert the condition.
Uterine Abnormalities and Incompetent Cervixes:
The good news is that, “Uterine septum can be corrected with surgery,” says Dr. Cowan. And if you have an incompetent cervix, your physician will put a stitch in the cervix to keep it closed, a procedure called a
cerclage. You may also require bed rest or hospitalization for part of your pregnancy.
If this relates to you, the expert, Dr. Scher says he is still experimenting on this condition while he has achieved some successes.He however advised the use of Aspirin, heparin (a blood thinner) and certain steroids
Diabetes: Lifestyle changes is essential in this situation in what you eat and your habits.Ask your health care givers for more aids.
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Why it Leads to Miscarriage
menstruation. “Even in women who don’t have diabetes, PCOS causes insulin resistance, which prevents the endometrial lining from maturing properly,” explains Dr. Scher. He estimates that between 5 and 10 percent of reproductive-age women have PCOS.
related to the mother’s or father’s health.
Blood tests to detect hormone imbalances pelvic and uterine exams ultrasounds