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    Miscarriage Professional

    Miscarriage, Increased risk of further miscarriages. After three miscarriages, consider as recurrent spontaneous miscarriage . In the UK there were 0.05-0.22 re...

    Recurrent Miscarriage Conditions

    Recurrent Miscarriage, A miscarriage is the loss of a baby before it has developed enough to survive, usually defined as before 24 weeks of pregnancy. In a miscarriage, this loss i...

    Recurrent Miscarriage Professional

    Recurrent Miscarriage, Epidemiology Miscarriage , the most common complication of pregnancy, is the spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before the fetus has reached viabilit...

    Miscarriage and Bleeding in Early Pregnancy Conditions

    Miscarriage and Bleeding in Early Pregnancy, Video Playlist Miscarriage Q&A Why do miscarriages happen? When is a miscarriage most li...

    Antiphospholipid Syndrome Professional

    Pregnancy morbidity: at least one unexplained death of a normal-appearance fetus at or beyond the 10th week of gestation; at least one preterm birth of a neonate of normal appearance before 34 weeks o...

    Anti-D (Rho) Immunoglobulin Professional

    Potentially sensitising events in pregnancies of less than 12 weeks of gestation [ 2 ] Anti-D Ig is not required for spontaneous miscarriage before 12 +0 weeks of gestation, unless th...

    Antenatal Infections and their Consequences Professional

    Before 20 weeks of gestation Chickenpox in the first trimester does not increase the risk of spontaneous miscarriage [ 4 ] . FVS is characterised by one or more of the following: ...

    Hysterosalpingography Conditions

    The procedure may also be used to investigate repeated miscarriages , as these may result from problems with the uterus. Hysterosalpingography can also help to see whether there are other...

    Pneumothorax Conditions

    Primary spontaneous pneumothorax This means that the pneumothorax develops for no apparent reason in an otherwise healthy person. , pneumothorax aspiration pneumothorax spontaneous...

    Down's Syndrome Conditions

    They can be quite spontaneous in their behaviour. Sometimes this type of behaviour can make them quite vulnerable and put them at risk.

    Amniocentesis Conditions

    Complications can include the following. Miscarriage There is a small risk of miscarriage with every pregnancy, whether or not you have amniocentesis or CVS.

    Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS) Conditions

    Complications can include the following. Miscarriage There is a small risk of miscarriage with every pregnancy, whether or not you have CVS or amniocentesis.

    Right Lower Quadrant Pain in Pregnancy Conditions

    What are the most common causes of right lower quadrant pain in pregnancy? Miscarriage Very common in first twelve weeks of pregnancy (first trimetster) - about 1 in 4 recognised pre...

    Cervical Insufficiency and Suture (Incompetence and Cerclage) Conditions

    This is to try to prevent late miscarriage or premature birth in women who are felt to be at high risk of cervical insufficiency.

    Pelvic Pain in Women Conditions

    00:44 What are the causes of pregnancy-related pelvic pain? Misc...

    Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis of Down's Syndrome Conditions

    This is because about three quarters of embryos or developing fetuses with Down's syndrome will never actually develop fully and so a miscarriage will occur before a baby is born. If y...

    Listeria Conditions

    This can cause miscarriage, premature delivery, stillbirth or severe illness in a newborn baby. What is listeriosis?

    Hydatidiform Mole Conditions

    Many women suspect that they are having a miscarriage. No symptoms . Some women with a hydatidiform mole have no symptoms. The molar pregnancy is diagnosed after a routine pregnancy ultra...

    Antiphospholipid Syndrome (Hughes' Syndrome) Conditions

    The most common problem is recurrent miscarriage. This is more than three consecutive miscarriages. It is important to note that blood clots in the placenta can have other causes, un...

    Rubella (German Measles) Conditions

    However, if a pregnant woman has the rubella virus, it is likely to cause serious damage to the unborn child or cause a miscarriage. Rubella can lead to damage to the heart, brain, hearing an...

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