10 ways to reduce the risk of Miscarriage
Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
The risk of miscarriage is high in the first three months. It may happen because of numerous reasons and many times it’s difficult to avoid miscarriage in early pregnancy.
Once you find out that you are pregnant, the goal is to be as healthy as possible, to provide a healthy environment for your baby to grow in, follow the steps below to learn how to reduce your risk of an experiencing a miscarriage.
- Medical checkup and check with your doctor before taking any medications.
- Eat Healthy Foods and choose Fresh and Organic Vegetables, Fruits, meat, Raw Dairy Products. Say No to Junk Food.
- Do not smoke or be around smoke, there are higher risks of getting miscarriage, infertility, preterm delivery, and low birth weight.
- Avoid coffee and alcohol to save the development of the fetus from their effects.
- Reduce Stress and practice relaxation techniques.
- Drink Lots of Water, it is very important to keep you hydrated because it can help flush toxins out of the body.
- Increase The Vitamin C Intake, magnesium, vitamin B6, zinc and Take Folic Acid Daily.
- Avoid contact sports or activities that have a risk of injury, you can practice stretches, light exercises.
- Avoid Radiation and Poisons materials.
- Herb & Supplement Program, however, the correct herbal remedy needs to be taken at a therapeutic dose to be effective.
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.