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Reasons And Causes Of Miscarriagefrom: www.pregnancyexposed.com
Many women suffer miscarriage in their first trimester of pregnancy. It may be difficult to pinpoint causes of miscarriage. While most miscarriages are caused by factors out of your control, it can still be a difficult thing to overcome. Some women feel that they need to understand the causes of miscarriage to be able to heal and move on. The fact is that most times, a doctor is not specifically sure why this occurs.
Most women miscarry without even knowing it because it happens so early. Today, with the presence of accurate early home pregnancy tests, more women are aware of miscarriages because of the early testing. Some pregnant women suffer multiple miscarriages through no fault of their own and for no evidence-based reason.
Causes of miscarriage are most often attributed to chromosome or genetic defects in the embryo that cause it to be unable to live. This isn't something that anyone can predict and not something that can be corrected. This is of little consolation to the woman suffering the loss but the fact is that many couples suffer more than one miscarriage but are still able to conceive naturally and easily in future.
If miscarriage recurs in a woman and she suffers from three consecutive miscarriages, her doctor will likely work aggressively to determine the causes of miscarriage for her. Other causes can exist that are medical based including blood problems or problems in utero that make it a non-favourable environment for embryonic development. A woman might also have an incompetent cervix which is incapable of sustaining a pregnancy on its own. There are several reasons and causes of miscarriage.
Sexually transmitted diseases can cause miscarriage, as can drugs and alcohol use. As soon as a woman is aware of a pregnancy, steps should be taken to look after her health and the health of her unborn baby. It is important to remember that even if you have had a miscarriage, you are more than likely able to conceive successfully in the future.
A miscarriage leaves a person with a tremendous sense of loss. A couple often becomes bonded with the pregnancy the moment they get the positive pregnancy test. Dealing with the loss associated with a miscarriage needs time and support. There are support groups and ebooks that may help you overcome your grief. It is important to take time to heal and realize that a miscarriage may not be something that prevents you from having babies in the future. It is best to speak to your doctor about attempting to conceive again when you are ready but most doctors advise waiting one to two menstrual cycles to give your body a chance to fully heal.
Christine Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of pregnancy. Her website Pregnancy Exposed provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about miscarriage. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.
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