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What Are The Common Causes of Miscarriage?

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Women have the ability to bring new life into the world, but there is always the risk of something going wrong. The worst scenario is a miscarriage, which involves losing a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. Going through this pain is challenging for women who experience a miscarriage.

Analysis shows that over 80% of miscarriages occur in the first trimester and can emotionally devastate the expecting parents. According to an NGO report, 10 to 15% of all confirmed pregnancies result in a miscarriage.

The term ‘miscarriage’ describes the process that occurs during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy :

  • A miscarriage that occurs during the first trimester, between weeks 1 and 12, is called an early miscarriage.
  • A late miscarriage refers to a miscarriage that takes place during the second trimester, between weeks 13 and 20.
  • However, the term ‘stillbirth’ refers to the loss of a fetus after the 20th week.

Common Causes of Miscarriage

  • Abnormal Fetuses: Not all male and female gametes are normal, and conceiving from these abnormal gametes is also abnormal. When this miscarried fetus was scientifically studied, it was found that the fetus is genetically grossly abnormal. So it’s Mother Nature’s way to discard and can’t conceive these pregnancies from growing further. 
  • Thyroid: If it is high or low, the thyroid also leads to a problem in conceiving a baby or infertility and recurrent miscarriages. The study shows that where a woman’s thyroid function is low, her body will try to compensate by developing hormones that suppress ovulation. Still, conversely, a thyroid produces many hormones that can interfere with estrogen ability and make the situation unfavorable for the uterus to implant or abnormal uterine bleeding.
  • Food: On pregnancy days, fruits and other habits will be closely monitored. The pregnant woman should avoid pineapples, eggs, papaya, aloe Vera, sesame seed, drumstick tree, soft drink, and many more that cause bleeding, cervix dilation, uterine contractions, and many others that occur from miscarriage or abortion. 
  • Intentional Abortions: If a woman previously has intentional abortions, there are chances that they are at higher risk of miscarriage in the future. The intended miscarriage results in the cervix becoming incompetent, irritable, and sensitive. The female body cannot maintain the proper hormones required to support a healthy pregnancy. 
  • Medical Disorder: In early pregnancy, miscarriage occurs due to an imbalance in diabetes, thyroid, and high fever. Therefore before planning for pregnancy, it is advisable to check your health status. Obesity is also another cause of miscarriage, and it occurs when BMI is high.
  • Consumption of Illegal Drugs: The consumption of illegal drugs while pregnant puts the mother at risk of miscarriage. The illicit and other medications cannot cross into fetal blood circulation occurs miscarriage. Therefore, pregnant women always use prescribed medicines by doctors, and doctors should be aware that a woman is pregnant. 
  • Anti – Phospholipid Syndrome: Anti – Phospholipid Syndrome also causes an enhancement in the anti-phospholipid antibodies that can lead to blood clots and obstruct with implantation and growth of developing embryos. Until it was screened, many women even do not know about the syndrome. If any woman is suffering from the syndrome, blood thinner can increase the probability of a healthy baby.
  • Vesicular Mole: It is a rare kind of problem that occurs in pregnancy. In this complication, the fetus does not get adequately formed. Usually, a woman who has a vesicular mole comes to the doctor with on-and-off bleeding. Through the sonography process, the diagnosis is possible. Insufficient pregnancy tissue is removed through a surgical procedure by a doctor. 

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Miscarriage is a common thing but going through this pain is challenging. Physical loss is one time, but the emotional loss can be traumatic. If you are facing complications of miscarriage, then reach out to the best IVF Specialist Doctor in Patna, which treats IVF, IUI, ICSI, and Miscarriage treatment. 

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Dr. Rashmi Prasad is a renowned Gynaecologist and IVF doctor in Patna. She is working as an Associate Director (Infertility and Gynaecology) at the Diwya Vatsalya Mamta IVF Centre, Patna. Dr. Rashmi Prasad has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of obstetrics, gynaecology, infertility, and IVF treatment.

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