Know the Reasons for Miscarriage | Author: peterhutch

Early miscarriage is unfortunately a very common occurrence. Very early miscarriages occur prior to six weeks and are sometimes referred to as a chemical pregnancy whereby the embryo didn't develop but many symptoms and signs of pregnancy existed. Usually, early miscarriage occurs for reasons unclear to the woman or the doctor. It's extremely rare for it to occur as a result of minor trauma like a fall. Some miscarriages can be caused by environmental factors, maternal age, drug use or sexually transmitted diseases but the vast majority of miscarriages occur through no fault of the woman who miscarried.

Previous contraceptive pill use results in a slight reduction in the risk of miscarriage. Occupational exposure to solvents increases the risk of miscarriage.

Hydatidiform mole rare problem isn't a real pregnancy, as there's no fertilized egg. Instead, the body responds with pregnancy hormones to the development of a collection of fluid-filled sacs growing from tissue that would have become the placenta if the pregnancy had been successful. An operation may be needed to remove the mole, but hormonal treatment is also available.

Miscarriages occur in about 15-20 percent of all recognized pregnancies. When you conceive and a baby is created, it takes half its genes from the sperm and half from the egg that ovulated that month. One cause might be that the baby did not implant, or bury itself, into the womb lining properly another may be that genetic information is lost at the exact time of conception. Some reasons for miscarriage may include infections which can be detected and treated by a colostomy and cryosurgery.

Despite the fact that your insides are baby less, they are still Sticking Out. Which may or may not have something to do with the fact that you thought you could get away with eating whatever the Hell You Liked for two months, because you were pregnant. You were pregnant. Now you are just fat.

It goes on forever. I think most people assume (I certainly did) that you collapse in a big pile of blood for a few hours, and then it's all over. But no. It takes days, sometimes weeks, for it all to come out. And modern scanning techniques mean you often know (as we did) it's going to happen before it actually happens. So first you get the waiting. Then the bleeding. Then more waiting. More scans. More bleeding. And so on. It's rather tiresome.

Sick leave. The pain and the bleeding come and go. The tears come and go. Sometimes I'm fine. I feel crap for taking all this time off work. But I really don't want to go to work. But I still feel guilty.

Most miscarriages occur during the first 13 weeks of pregnancy. Pregnancy can be such an exciting time, but with the great number of recognized miscarriages that occur, it is beneficial to be informed about miscarriage, in the unfortunate event that you find yourself or someone you know faced with one.

Chromosomal abnormality is the most common reason for early miscarriages. In fact, up to 70% of first trimester miscarriages are the result of chromosomal defects. Chromosomes are special strands that carry your baby’s DNA. Every baby should have 23 pairs of chromosomes, which help to determine their physical characteristics and allow them to carry out physical functions. After fertilization, sometimes the egg begins to split improperly, creating the wrong number of chromosomes. Molar pregnancies, in which the fetus develops abnormally, or in which the placenta or amniotic membranes don’t form, are a common type of chromosomal abnormality.

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