Women who have been miscarried once will have higher risk in the next pregnancy. Is there any way to prevent this?

Whatever situations happening during pregnancy will have a great influence to the psychology and health of women .However, the reason for miscarriage is normally unclear, and even though you have fully vaccinated, applied a science diet, supplied all the necessary nutriment, miscarriage can still happen.

What To Do When Miscarrying Continuously?

What To Do When Miscarrying Continuously?

Causes of miscarriage

Miscarriage always happens to pregnant women who have 20 weeks of gestation or less. According to statistics, about 10% of pregnant women are miscarried and for women who have been miscarried once, the rate of miscarriage for the next pregnancy is about 50%. This information makes the young mom scared. In some women, miscarriage not only happens 2 times but also repeats several times after that.

The reasons for miscarriage haven’t been found yet; however, some problem inside the mother’s body and the fetus is related to these diseases:

The reasons for miscarriage haven’t been found yet

The reasons for miscarriage haven’t been found yet

·         The abnormal chromosomes appear incidentally inside the fetus. Nevertheless, this problem is not the explanation for unexpected miscarried women.

·         Your family has miscarriage history.

·         The age of the mother: The risk of miscarriage increase with the increase of maternal age.

·         Unusual problem at the uterus: several mothers is miscarried because of the unusual things happen at the uterus such as uterine cancer, “fibromatous” uterine, double uterus.

·         Women have unusual hormone and metabolic process: unexpected situations may happen such as uncontrollable diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome and the low level of progesterone inside the women’s body.

·         Due to autoimmune disorders as phospholipid syndrome in mothers. In that case, the mothers will be required to take blood test to check if there are lupus anticoagulant and Anti-Cardiolipin antibody or not.

·         The fetus has coagulopathy from the mother, such as the V Leiden element, fibrinogen concentration.

Overcome miscarriage

When a woman has been miscarried twice or more, she will need special health-checking from the obstetrician to be tracked before the subsequent pregnancy.  At this moment, women will have a check-up such as blood test (in order to find out the immunity disorder, the hormone concentration, unusualness in chromosome), have a uterus ultrasound scan, check the endometrial. Even when you have a total check-up, obstetricians can’t find the causes of subsequent miscarriage.

You should have antenatal examinations regularly to avoid miscarriage happening again.

You should have antenatal examinations regularly to avoid miscarriage happening again.

However, when the causes of recurrent miscarriage are found, the successful change of subsequent pregnancy is about 60-70%. In case the women have found the causes and received proper treatment, the success rate is 90%.

So, how to limit miscarriage? First, you should ask doctors for more information, supply vitamin B (folic acid) every day in associated with a healthy lifestyle. Here are some useful tips that may help you reduce the risk of recurrent pregnancy loss:

§  Apply balanced and nutrition diet.

§  Get rid of the habit of smoking cigarettes.

§  Stop drinking alcohol immediately.

§  Do exercise regularly but don’t push yourself too much. Walking is the best.

§  Maintain a reasonable weight.

§  Reduce the amount of caffeine intake.

§  Stay away from the noxious chemicals including those which are related to your job.

§  Before using any kinds of medication, you should have the permission of the doctor.

Note: After miscarriage, you shouldn’t get pregnant for 3-6 months to make your body recover and you also need time to find out the causes and the best way to strengthen your body. 

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