The Symptoms, Causes and Treatments of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

The Symptoms, Causes and Treatments of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

When a woman experiences three or more miscarriages before fetal viability (about 23 to 25 weeks), it is considered a recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL), also known as habitual abortion or recurrent miscarriage. It affects roughly 1% of those people trying to conceive. There are many different factors that lead to RPL. These can be: infection abnormal immune responses to the fetus chromosomal disorders thrombophilia (tendency for blood clotting) ovarian factors lifestyle factors endocrine disorders anatomical abnormalities And, there are cases where the couples never find out the reason for their…

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