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Miscarriage and Child Loss:Understanding and Preventing Miscarriages
2011-05-23
Name: Editor What are the common causes of miscarriage? How to prevent miscarriage? Which are the common symptoms of miscarriage?

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2013-05-09
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Name: TRavera
Subject:  Symptoms of miscarriage
Vaginal bleeding that may be light or heavy, constant or irregular. Although bleeding is often the first sign of a miscarriage, first-trimester bleeding may also occur with a normal pregnancy. But bleeding with pain is a sign that miscarriage is more likely. Blood clots or grayish (fetal) tissue passing from the vagina is sure sort symptom
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2013-05-09
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Name: Maya Solanki
Subject:  Tips for preventing miscarriage
Natural therapies are a great option for helping to support your body and prepare for pregnancy. Preparing ahead of time for your pregnancy is also important for decreasing the chances of a miscarriage. nourish and build up your body to be a healthy, baby-friendly body. This can easily be done through eating a nutrient dense Fertility Diet. Bed rest and removal of stress factors is the most important first step to take. Get off of your feet.
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2013-05-09
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Name: Radhamani
Subject:  causes of miscarriage
Miscarriage is one of the most devastating experiences that can happen to a woman.Chromosomal abnormalities are more common in women who are over thirty-five and this is a common cause of miscarriage. chromosomal errors are the cause of the majority of miscarriages, they are not usually caused by an inherited trait from mother or father. After thirty-five the risk of miscarriage increases. Uterus abnormalities may cause problems with proper implantation, create problems with blood supply to the uterus, or there may not be room for the baby to develop and grow.Uterus abnormalities may cause problems with proper implantation, create problems with blood supply to the uterus, or there may not be room for the baby to develop and grow.Incompetent cervix may cause second trimester miscarriages or premature labor.
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