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Tips To Prevent Miscarriage (part 1)

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Pregnant women should know how to avoid the bad situation.

Miscarriage is the spontaneous end of pregnancy that often occurs in the 20th week of pregnancy. About 1 out of 5 pregnant women has miscarriage. Miscarriages often occur in the first 3 months and the 4 next months.

Pregnant women should know ways to prevent miscarriage.

Pregnant women should know ways to prevent miscarriage.

Reasons causing miscarriages

·         The appearance of strange chromosome in the development of babies.

·         Genetic matter

·         The age of pregnant women; the risks of miscarriages will increase in pregnant women who are over 35 years old.

·         The abnormal structure of the uterine cervix: double uterus, uterine fibroids and uterine tumor.

·         The spontaneous changing in hormones of pregnant women and some diseases like diabetes, ovarian cyst partition, and progesterone decrease.

·         Immune system disorder.

·         Pelvic injuries; because of falling or occupational accidents…

·         Alcohol, tobacco… and other drugs relate to RPL, such as: chemotherapy, radiation, anesthetic gases, metal, are proved to have the ability to cause miscarriage. In addition, dermatology drugs are also the reasons.

On another hand, there are some cases that are hardly found the reasons (about 50-60%)

Types of miscarriage

Miscarriages are divided into some following types:

Miscarriage threat

It is having genital bleeding and stomachache while the baby is still alive and isn’t pushed out of the womb. The uterine cervix still closes or slightly opens but the parts of fetus are still not pushed out. If the woman continues bleeding and having stomachache, the parts of fetus go through the cervical tube, she is considered to have miscarriages.

Miscarriage is the spontaneous end of the pregnancy that often occurs in the 20th week of pregnancy.

Miscarriage is the spontaneous end of the pregnancy that often occurs in the 20th week of pregnancy.

Sure-fire miscarriages

The complete miscarriages are both of fetus and placenta are pushed out together; the stomachache ends but the blood keep leaking as it does in period. The incomplete miscarriages are a part of the fetus and placenta is still in the womb; the pain is reduced but the blood still keeps flowing; it even causes hemorrhage in some cases.

Stillbirth is the case that the fetus dies but still remains in the womb; it isn’t pushed out. The time that the dead fetus remains in the womb can last for weeks or months. At that time, the pregnant sicknesses are gone, there’s black blood in the vagina and no stomachache.

The examination shows that the uterine cervix is firm and a little bit bigger; the body of the uterus gets smaller comparing to the fetus’s age and has the different levels of soft in different areas. There’s no heartbeat ultrasound. The dead fetus will remain in the womb for a while, then it goes out by itself.

Stillbirth is the case that the fetus dies but still remains in the womb.

Stillbirth is the case that the fetus dies but still remains in the womb.

Signs of miscarriages

The signs are bleeding and pain: cramps, vomiting, and having pain as it’s in period. Although bleeding is not always the sign of miscarriage, you should see an obstetrician to have tests. Mild, discontinuous bleeding which appears in the uterine cervixes or the future placenta can be a normal case.

However, having serious bleeding and big blood clots are the certain signs of miscarriages. Sometimes, the missing of the pregnant signs (reducing chest pain and nausea) can tell about unusual things that are happening.

Treatment measures

When you find out the suspecting signs of miscarriage, you’d better ask your family members to take you to the maternity hospital or medical centers of obstetrics to receive professional treatments. The followings are some treatments that you can receive:

Abortion is a treatment measure of the miscarriage.

Abortion is a treatment measure of the miscarriage.

·         If the miscarriage is unintended and over, and the doctor needn’t intervene much, you should eat and drink and convalesce to prepare for the next pregnancy.

·         If the miscarriage is incomplete, you need providing prostate hormones by taking pills. Prostate hormones are the ones that create the spasms to push the placenta out. If necessary, the doctors will use suction. The technic is use a vacuum machine to dismember to embryo from the uterus. Besides, the doctor can use abortion which is using a spoon-shape device to clear the tissues that cling to the uterus. These technics are operated after the patients have the local anesthesia. The processes require a short period of time remaining in the hospital.

·         To the late miscarriage (after 14 weeks), it’s easy to have the risks of hemorrhage, so you have to be hospitalized. The technical placentas will be performed after giving epidural and general anesthesia to the patients. The longer the pregnancy last the more painful the surgery is.

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