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Things You Need To Know About Miscarriage

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Pregnancy loss or miscarriage can be tested and evaluated by the OB-GYN doctor and baby scan clinic. There are several reasons for pregnancy loss. Successful deliveries are possible even after a pregnancy loss, so never lose hope.

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Things You Need To Know About Miscarriage

  1. 1. Things You Need To Know About Pregnancy Loss Or Miscarriage
  2. 2. Miscarriage is one of the most common complications associated with early pregnancy. Sadly, around one- quarter of all pregnancies result in a miscarriage.
  3. 3. Warning Signs
  4. 4. Cramping and pain in the abdomen
  5. 5. Mild to severe back pain
  6. 6. Weight Loss
  7. 7. Fluid discharge from the vagina
  8. 8. Tissue or clotted discharge from the vagina
  9. 9. Feeling faint or light-headed
  10. 10. Types of Miscarriage Threatened Miscarriage Inevitable Miscarriage Complete Miscarriage Missed Miscarriage Recurrent Miscarriage
  11. 11. Little bleeding in early pregnancy with lower backache. Cervix stays closed. In this case, the pregnancy continues.Threatened Miscarriage
  12. 12. Abdominal or back pain, bleeding, and an open cervix. If the cervix is open, the miscarriage is considered inevitable.Inevitable Miscarriage
  13. 13. The embryo empties out of the uterus followed by bleeding and cramping. Complete Miscarriage
  14. 14. The embryo has died but there are no other symptoms, such as bleeding or pain. Missed Miscarriage
  15. 15. This is defined as pregnancy loss during the first trimester of each consecutive pregnancy. Recurrent Miscarriage
  16. 16. Causes of Miscarriage Placental Problems Womb Structure Abnormalities Lifestyle Factors
  17. 17. If the placenta develops abnormally, the blood supply from the mother to the baby is interrupted. Placental Problems
  18. 18. Abnormally shaped wombs and the development of fibroids (non-cancerous growths) in the womb can put a developing fetus at risk. Womb structure abnormalities
  19. 19. Habits such as smoking, drinking alcohol, or using illegal drugs can lead to miscarriage. Lifestyle Factors
  20. 20. Prevention of Miscarriage
  21. 21. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using illicit drugs during pregnancy. Eat a nutritious diet. Maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy. Be careful to avoid certain infections, such as German measles(rubella).
  22. 22. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using illicit drugs during pregnancy. Eat a nutritious diet. Maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy. Be careful to avoid certain infections, such as German measles(rubella).
  23. 23. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using illicit drugs during pregnancy. Eat a nutritious diet. Maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy. Be careful to avoid certain infections, such as German measles(rubella).
  24. 24. Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, and using illicit drugs during pregnancy. Eat a nutritious diet. Maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy. Be careful to avoid certain infections, such as German measles(rubella).
  25. 25. Although miscarriage is relatively common, it can be an extremely traumatic and devastating experience.

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