Written by Pradeep
Experiencing motherhood is a blessing for women, but this excitement and happiness will convert into anguish and agony when an expecting woman faces a miscarriage. Miscarriage is spontaneous termination of pregnancy without any effort before the 20th week. According to the research of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), miscarriage is the most prevalent type of pregnancy loss. It is important to understand the miscarriage symptoms.
There are many factors that trigger miscarriage. Some women experience recurrent miscarriages. In that case, it is important to find the root cause and treat it. This article sheds some light on the causes and signs of miscarriage and ways to prevent it.
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Miscarriage is a term that refers to a pregnancy that annuls on its own before the 20th week of pregnancy. This is an accident that arises naturally without any medical abortion or surgical abortions. As per the studies were done by March of Dimes, 50% of pregnancies abolish because of miscarriage. Out of them, some occur before the realization of the woman that she is pregnant.
The major signs and symptoms of Miscarriage are:
Miscarriages are caused due to various factors like:
This is not related to the mother or father; this is a problem that halts the development of the fetus and causes miscarriage. This happens mainly in the first trimester.
Possibilities of a Miscarriage Happening in the First Trimester are:
Possibilities of Miscarriage in the Second Trimester are:
The risk of miscarriage is higher in women of older age. Women under the age of 35 years have a 15% chance. Women between the age of 35-45 yrs have 20-35% chances and Women more than the age of 45 years has a 50% chance. Apart from this, a woman who has had previous records of miscarriage has a higher risk of miscarriage.
In this type of miscarriage, the fertilized egg embeds barring uterus, mostly implants in the Fallopian tube. This situation requires immediate treatment otherwise could end in severe maternal complications.
A fertilized egg placed itself into the uterine wall, but does not start fetal development, this miscarriage is also known as embryonic pregnancy.
In Complete miscarriage, the embryo has completely come out of the uterus and causes too much bleeding. This miscarriage can be settled by surgical curettage or ultrasound.
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During this pregnancy, the fertilized egg implants in the uterus develop their growth into a mole or a cyst rather than the normal embryo.
In Inevitable miscarriage, the tissue of pregnancy remains in the uterus, but the bleeding and back pain has begun. It is also known as an incomplete miscarriage.
It happens when women do not know about their pregnancy.
The situation when three or more consecutive miscarriages occur in the first trimester. This can affect 1% of couples trying to conceive.
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In a threatened miscarriage, bleeding and abdominal pain occur, but the pregnancy continues.
The main treatment for miscarriage is:
Healthy living and a healthy atmosphere is the main concept to prevent miscarriage.