Latest miscarriage Stories
Lighting up a cigarette or staying on the job while pregnant could increase a woman's risk of losing their child, claims a new study published earlier this month in the journal Human Reproduction.
Recurrent miscarriage increases a woman's chance of having a heart attack fivefold in later life, indicates research published online in the journal Heart.
Researchers may have identified a promising novel diagnostic biomarker for ectopic pregnancy.
Genetic factors increase susceptibility of pregnancy disorders, such as miscarriage, preeclampsia, and fetal growth restriction.
A team of researchers, led by Ashley Moffett, at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, has shed new light on genetic factors that increase susceptibility to and provide protection from common disorders of pregnancy, specifically recurrent miscarriage, preeclampsia, and fetal growth restriction.
As Many as 1 in 4 Pregnancies Result in Miscarriage Attain Fertility Centers and The AFA Produce Educational Video About Recurrent Miscarriage Purchase, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2010 One of the most heartbreaking experiences women may find themselves going through is recurrent pregnancy loss or miscarriage.
Doctors say that women who have had a miscarriage do not need to wait before trying to get pregnant again.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said Thursday that a cup of coffee a day during pregnancy probably would not increase a woman's risk of miscarriage or premature birth.
Fertility doctors say overweight women are twice as likely to miscarry an IVF baby compared to those with a healthier weight.
Research published this week in PLoS Medicine finds that pregnant women with an inherited condition that makes them more likely to form blood clots only face a small increase in the risk that they might have a miscarriage or stillbirth.
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