Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Dealing with pregnancy loss, frequently known as a miscarriage, is one of the most difficult things for any woman to go through. This difficulty is magnified when it comes to recurrent pregnancy loss, where multiple miscarriages have occurred consecutively.

Recurrent pregnancy loss may be treatable, depending on the source of the condition. Request more information about recurrent miscarriage treatment today: Call (408) 946-9453 or contact us online.

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Symptoms

Recurrent pregnancy loss has no true symptoms as it is merely the name given to the occurrence of multiple miscarriages. However, it is important to identify the symptoms of miscarriage as a part of understanding recurrent pregnancy loss.

Signs of a potential miscarriage include:

Most miscarriages happen before the 12th week of pregnancy, but can also happen earlier or later. In most cases, it is considered recurrent pregnancy loss if a miscarriage has occurred in three or more pregnancy.

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Causes

The possible causes of recurrent miscarriage are many. In general, most causes are broken down in to two categories: issues that affect the fetus or embryo, and issues that affect the health of the mother.

Some recurrent pregnancy loss causes that extend from the fetus include:

While the majority of recurrent pregnancy loss stems from that list, maternal health problems may also cause the issue. Some health issues that may interfere with pregnancy include:

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Treatment

There isn't just one recurrent miscarriage treatment. Instead, most plans will target the underlying issue. Much like the causes, treatment for this issue is broken up into categories: treatment that concerns the embryo and treatment that targets the mother.

Maternal treatment is based around eliminating or correcting the health issues that have led to the recurrent pregnancy loss.  Potential treatment options can include:

When the issue is genetic abnormality or an issue with the embryo, treatment will be different. Some of these potential treatments may fall under the umbrella of reproductive endocrinology treatment. Options include:

Request More Information Today

Recurrent pregnancy loss is treatable in some cases. Request more information today: call (408) 946-9453 or contact us online.

Author
Gul A. Zikria, MD, FACOG As an expert in preventive care, innovative treatment solutions, and laparoscopic surgery, board-certified OB/GYN Gul A. Zikria, MD, FACOG, is a trusted practitioner who’s been in private practice since 1985. Dr. Zikria earned his doctor of medicine from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark. He went on to complete a competitive surgical residency program at Georgetown University in Washington. Dr. Zikria then went through a comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology residency program through the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center at the Magee-Women’s Hospital. He welcomes new and existing patients to his practice in Milpitas, California.

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