|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Gayatri Kulkarni - May 27th, 2014 2:21 pm.|
My age is 29 year. I am suffering from repeated miscarriage two times. I got married in 2009 and after that I get pregnant two times but every time after 8 week my baby was destroy itself and it become abortion. I a consulted many gynecologists and they did many investigation but all my investigation reports were normal. I just want to know that what are the most common cause of abortion in early pregnancy and what are the precaution any body should take.
re: What is the most common precaution to avoid abortion? by chaya - May 28th, 2014 5:13 am
Actually you have a recurrent miscarriage problem,you have to need a special care in pregnency,meet best gynaecologist.
re: What is the most common precaution to avoid abortion? by Dr R K Mishra - May 28th, 2014 11:36 am
Dr R K Mishra
|Dear Gayatri Kulkarni
There is a huge list of cause of abortion. I am listing few of them below:
Miscarriages can happen to any woman but some are more likely to ask them to. Some of the risk factors are:
Age: Miscarriages increase steadily with maternal age because the chances of chromosomal abnormality are more likely. The danger may also rise with the father age.
Problems within the reproductive organs: Scar tissues in uterus, cervical insufficiency (premature dilating from the narrow tubular structure at the upper end of the vagina), etc. boost the risk of miscarriages.
Infections: Certain infections like mumps, measles, rubella, listeria, cytomegalovirus, gonorrhoea, etc. may increase risk for miscarriage.
Lifestyle: Smoking, drinking and taking advantage of drugs during pregnancy can improve your risk for miscarriage. High amounts of caffeine consumption and an increased chance of miscarriage has been linked in certain studies.
Medications: It is best to know the safety associated with a medications you may be taking while you are trying to conceive. Some drugs have been associated with increased risk of miscarriage.
Obesity: It is been associated with increased chance of pregnancy complications from miscarriage to complications in advanced pregnancy. Also, women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) are more likely to be overweight.
Chronic diseases: Uncontrolled diabetes, pcos, blood clotting disorders, autoimmune disorders, etc. could boost the chance of miscarriage.
Environmental factors: Exposure to lead, benzene, arsenic, formaldehyde and enormous doses of radiation are the risks. The father coming in contact with lead, mercury, industrial chemicals and pesticides might be associated with and the higher chances of miscarriage according to some studies.
Good reputation for miscarriages: Most of anyone who has experienced up to two or three losses will go on to possess a successful pregnancy the next time. But having recurrent miscarriages in a row increases the chance to miscarry again.
Birth defect within the child from a previous pregnancy: Research has shown that ladies who have a young child having a birth defect are at an increased risk for miscarriage or having a baby to a different baby with a birth defect. The chances of subsequent chromosomal abnormalities in the foetus increase specifically in women who are above 35 years old.
Genetic abnormality in the family.
So I will suggest you to contact a gynecologist and rule out the real cause.
R K Mishra
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