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Miscarriage is the loss of pregnancy, which means the death of an embryo or fetus before it can survive independently. Unfortunately, miscarriages are fairly common. A miscarriage usually happens in the first three months of pregnancy that is before 20 weeks of pregnancy. Miscarriages can happen for various medical reasons, which are not in a person’s control. But knowing the risk factors, signs, and causes can help you understand the occasion better and get any help for miscarriage treatment you may need.
Depending on your stage of pregnancy, the symptoms of a miscarriage may vary. In certain cases, Miscarriage happens so quickly. Sometimes you may not even know that you are pregnant before your miscarriage. The basic signs of Miscarriage are:
There are several different types of Miscarriage, depending on when and why it happens. A few of the most common ways of pregnancy loss include:
Early miscarriages are commonly known as chemical pregnancy, which means that an egg was fertilized but never implanted in the uterus. However, chemical pregnancies occur so early that without an early pregnancy test, the mother usually goes unnoticed.
Infrequently, without bleeding, if women have a miscarriage, it is known for a missed miscarriage. In these cases, you won’t know you have miscarried until your next prenatal appointment when an ultrasound fails to find a fetal heartbeat.
Heavy bleeding indicates a miscarriage is likely to occur; they may diagnose a threatened miscarriage. In this case, a miscarriage has not yet occurred. The fetal heartbeat can even be heard during an ultrasound. More than half of women with a threatened miscarriage may have a healthy, full-term pregnancy by following the guidance from their health care practitioner, who may suggest rest or medication to prevent a miscarriage.
If a woman is bleeding heavily and a physical test shows the cervix is open, then that Miscarriage is called inevitable.
Most miscarriages are due to natural and unavoidable causes. However, certain risk factors can increase your probability of having a miscarriage. These include:
Being more aged can also affect your risk for Miscarriage. Then the younger women over 35 years old have a higher risk of Miscarriage. In recent days, these risks have been increasing viral. Having one miscarriage does not increase your risk of having other miscarriages.
The imperfect shape of sperms is also a reason for Miscarriage. Due to ill-shaped eggs, random chromosome abnormalities get arising. Some genetic abnormalities can arise in the embryo formed. After the baby is conceived, there can be uterine abnormalities and hormone imbalances in women due to incorrect medication, some allergies or an unhealthy lifestyle, which may lead to Miscarriage.
The other unexpected reasons include consuming banned food, the effect of external diseases like jaundice, fever, or even external injuries due to falling or excursion. Do you think age is the reason for Miscarriage? Age is also a major factor for Miscarriage, and it is also exposed through research that women over 40 years of age have a 0.5 probability of suffering through a miscarriage.
If you had two or three miscarriages, your OB/GYN might probably run general tests to see if they can find a cause. But sometimes, they may discover a natural health problem, such as an autoimmune disease where the mother’s immune system attacks the embryo, a thyroid problem, a malformed uterus or one of rare disorders that can make your body reject pregnancies.
Suppose your doctor does identify one of these causes. In that case, they will be able to help reduce your chances of future miscarriages with treatments, including surgery to correct cervical or uterine issues and medications to manage hormonal imbalances.
Most women who had a miscarriage (even more than one) eventually go on to have a healthy pregnancy, even though you may need to manage future pregnancies differently. Even after two or more consecutive losses, around 65 percent of women carry their next pregnancy to term.
Right from conceiving, women need to adapt to a healthier lifestyle. To avoid Miscarriage, women should get a personal test to make sure their body is supplied with nutrition. It is more important to consult the doctor regularly to check any abnormalities emerging during the pregnancy and then treat them immediately. While doing testing, you have to check the health of the sperm and eggs. If assisted pregnancy techniques are opted for, then the embryo can be screened and checked for genetic defects before inseminating in the uterus.
Suppose your cervix has started to dilate, but you have no bleeding or pain. In that case, your practitioner may diagnose you with an incompetent cervix and perform cerclage i.e., stitching the cervix closed to prevent a late miscarriage.
In other words, all the contents of the uterus, including the fetus, the placenta and all the extra uterine lining, are expelled naturally on their own, and this process can take up to two weeks. The uterus needs to be emptied for the body to recover and resume normal menstrual cycles.
In about 25 percent of cases, medication does not work, and your doctor needs to perform a surgery called dilation and curettage, or D&C, and you may need to take this medication more than once. You may also need to take extra protection after Miscarriage, including avoiding inserting anything in the vagina for two weeks to prevent infection.
The treatment you obtain for a miscarriage may depend on the type of Miscarriage that you have had. If there is no pregnancy tissue left in your body (complete Miscarriage), no treatment is required. If any tissue is present in your body, there are a few different treatment options:
In expectant management, you wait for the remaining tissue to pass naturally out of your body
In medical management, it involves taking medications to help you pass the rest of the remaining tissue
In surgical management, it involves having any remaining tissue surgically removed.
The risk of complications from any treatment options is very small, so you can work with your doctor to determine which one is best for you.
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