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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Experiencing a miscarriage can be very difficult and emotionally devastating. Sometimes the mind takes longer to recover than the body. The doctors, nurses, and counselors here at RMA are here to support you.

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Experiencing a miscarriage can be very difficult and emotionally devastating. Sometimes the mind takes longer to recover than the body. The doctors, nurses, and counselors here at RMA are here to support you.

Recurrent miscarriage is defined as three or more consecutive, spontaneous pregnancy losses. Approximately 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage (loss before 20 weeks). Most miscarriages occur within the first 12 weeks of gestation.

With a miscarriage, there may be an underlying cause such as a genetic defect, an infection, or a condition in which the cervix is too weak to support a pregnancy. Other causes include an abnormally shaped uterus, uterine fibroids that hinder implantation or growth of the fetus, and hormonal imbalances (prolactin, thyroid, and progesterone). Having an illness such as diabetes mellitus or an immune-system abnormality may also cause miscarriage.

 

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