Signs of Miscarriage | Parents

Signs of Miscarriage | Parents

About a third of patients may experience light cramping and spotting during the first trimester. This doesn’t necessarily mean that it will lead to a miscarriage. Sometimes, what women identify as a cramping feeling is actually stretching and growth of the ligaments as the uterus…

Pregnancy After Miscarriage | Parents

Pregnancy After Miscarriage | Parents

In general, having a miscarriage does not affect your chances of conceiving again, and it’s safe to start trying again after your next period, which usually occurs four to six weeks after the bleeding of the miscarriage stops. If you plan to get pregnant again…

Your Chance of Miscarriage | Parents

Your Chance of Miscarriage | Parents

Your chance of miscarriage from the timing when you’re pregnant is roughly 10 to 20%. However, there are certain factors which can influence your risk. Your age is an important factor in your risk of miscarriage. As you get older, your risk increases. For instance….

What Causes Miscarriage | Parents

What Causes Miscarriage | Parents

Up to 20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. So the most common reason for miscarriage is genetics. The egg and the sperm join incorrectly and the number of chromosomes is abnormal. Usually these mutations are spontaneous. They’re not passed down genetically. And won’t necessarily…

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What to Expect After Miscarriage | Parents

What to Expect After Miscarriage | Parents

When you have suffered a miscarriage there are a few things to keep in mind as you are recovering emotionally and physically from it. If you Doctors concerned that there is any remaining tissue left in the uterus, your doctor may prescribe a medication that…

An Embryo Forms: Weeks 4 to 8 of Pregnancy | Parents

An Embryo Forms: Weeks 4 to 8 of Pregnancy | Parents

In the fourth week of your pregnancy, the ball of cells that is developing into your baby is the size of a poppy seed. It’s at this stage that the cells separate into 3 distinct layers from which your baby’s internal organs and skin will…

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