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Miscarriage and Child Loss:How to Avoid Miscarriage
2011-05-12
Name: Editor How can pregnant women avoid miscarriage? What should pregnant women stop eating to avoid miscarriage? Can stress during pregnancy cause miscarriage?

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2018-08-15
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Name: Lillian
Subject:  RE:How to Avoid Miscarriage
Hey there. I hope you are doing alright. I hope i can guide you through this in the bets way i can. IVF means In Vitro Fertilization. This is medical procedure whereby an egg is fertilized by sperm. In a test tube or elsewhere outside the body.IVF can treat infertility in a woman. If she has problems regarding ovulation disorders, blocked or damaged Fallopian tubes etcetra. Although a certified doctor would be able to guide you through this in a more professional and detailed way. If you are going to opt for it. Basically if you are below 40 then your success rates are high. The success rates are low if you are above 40. I hope this helps you out. Best of luck. All the love and prayers towards you.
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2013-05-09
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Name: Poojs
Subject:  stress causing miscarriage
Stress is not usually a factor in miscarriage. In fact, most causes of miscarriage are either unknown or beyond your control. high levels of stress can affect a baby' s health during pregnancy. high stress levels can result in premature birth and low birth weight, and even lead to allergies and asthma later in life. And pregnant women who suffer the extreme psychological stress of being in a war zone are more likely to deliver a child who develops schizophrenia.
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2013-05-09
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Name: Mihika
Subject:  Foods to avoid
Uncooked seafood and rare or undercooked beef or poultry should be avoided because of the risk of contamination. Fish that contain high levels of mercury should be avoided. Mercury consumed during pregnancy has been linked to developmental delays and brain damage. Avoid fish from contaminated lakes and rivers that may be exposed to high levels of polychlorinated biphenyls. Raw eggs or any foods that contain raw eggs should be avoided because of the potential exposure to salmonella. Imported soft cheeses may contain bacteria called Listeria, which can cause miscarriage.
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2013-05-09
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Name: Romila
Subject:  preventing miscarriages
Although the cause of miscarriage is usually out of a woman' s control, you can increase your odds of having a successful pregnancy by taking charge of your health.Ask your doctor to test you for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Untreated, STDs such as gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, and herpes increase the risk of miscarriage and can harm your baby.Certain diseases can increase your risk of miscarriage.The best time to get immunized is before you try to become pregnant.
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