Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
Recurrent miscarriage or repeated pregnancy loss is clinically defined as a minimum of three miscarriages occurring consecutively. Regardless of whether you fit the clinical meaning of repetitive unnatural birth cycle or you have encountered maybe unsuccessful labors and need to do what you can to dodge another, Fakih IVF can help you.(http://fakihivf.com/recurrent-miscarriage/)
Most pregnancy losses result from chromosomal or hereditary abnormalities and are arbitrary occasions. The variation from the norm may originate from the egg, the sperm, or the early fetus. Roughly, 12-15% of all clinically perceived pregnancies end in unsuccessful pregnancy; in any case, it is assessed that no less than 30-60% of all conceptions will end within the initial 12 weeks of incubation. Up to 50% of the time, the woman does not understand that she was ever pregnant. The risk of premature delivery increases with the number of past pregnancy losses but is typically less than 50%.
The most common causes of recurrent miscarriages are as follows:
Genetic Causes: Most unconstrained miscarriages, caused by a strange (aneuploidy) karyotype of the embryo. No less than half of all first-trimester spontaneous abortions (SABs) are cytogenetically abnormal
Anatomic Causes: Anatomic uterine defects can cause obstetric complexities, including repetitive pregnancy loss, preterm labor, and delivery
Infectious Causes: Infection of the reproductive tract has been connected to pregnancy loss; however, there is not a strong confirmation in support of contaminations being a reason for repetitive misfortune. Bacterial vaginosis is also been related to losses following 12 weeks of growth
Endocrine Causes: Women with ineffectively controlled diabetes are at a fundamentally increased risk of unsuccessful labor and fetal abnormality
Hematologic Causes: Numerous miscarriages are portrayed by blemished placentation and microthrombi in the placental vasculature. Moreover, a certain acquired issue that inclines women to venous as well as blood vessel thrombus development is related to pregnancy misfortune.
Other causes can be:
- Hormone imbalance
- Physical Illness
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Infectious causes
- Immune problems
- Problems in the uterus
- Lifestyle of the woman
Treatment for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss:
Because many miscarriages are due to chromosomal abnormalities, one-way to help prevent a miscarriage is Genetic Testing through Comprehensive Chromosomal Screening (CCS). CCS, also known as Embryo Screening, is performed to check for any chromosomal abnormalities in all 24 chromosomes caused by missing or additional chromosomes. Chromosomal abnormalities include Trisomy 13 (Down syndrome), Trisomy 18 (Edward’s syndrome) and Trisomy 21 (Patau’s syndrome). CCS also includes the screening of chromosomes X and Y, making Family Balancing through Gender Selection possible. By completing CCS, Fakih IVF Fertility Center can guarantee that only embryos that are chromosomally normal are transferred, reducing the chance of miscarriage.
Recurrent miscarriages can be physically and rationally depleting. Understanding what the side effects, signs and causes are will enable you to manage it better.
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