Habitual miscarriage of pregnancy

Habitual miscarriage of pregnancy - causes, diagnosis and treatment

About habitual miscarriage it is customary to speak after 2 miscarriages in a row at approximately the same time. However, if this happens to you for the first time, do not wait a second time, but ask for help. The reasons for miscarriage - a huge number. Diagnosing them is not so easy, respectively, and to treat miscarriages is difficult. But, believe in the best.

Why is the pregnancy interrupted?

You can not even imagine how many factors affect the onset of pregnancy and is responsible for keeping it. Having read "smart doctors" personally, I had a question: in fact, how do women manage to give birth, because absolutely healthy people do not exist. A miscarriage can happen repeatedly, if in the body there is even a small "breakdown." Personally, for myself, I came to the conclusion that the main reason for miscarriage lies in women's fear of it. I've had contact with young girls who after the miscarriage fell into a terrible depression, eventually, exhausted by the experiences, even afraid to talk about a new pregnancy. I understand them. And I know how difficult it is to cope with experiences. Nevertheless, one must believe in success. Especially, one and even two miscarriages in a row - not a reason for despair.

So, the most common reasons leading to habitual miscarriage are:

  • Genetics. The development of the embryo is disturbed primarily by chromosomal abnormalities. It is customary to say, that in this case there is a "natural selection", that is, the organism rejects the ugly offspring.
  • Anatomy. A habitual miscarriage can occur if a woman has congenital or acquired defects in the structure of the main reproductive organ - the uterus (intrauterine fusion, scars, myomotic nodes, cervical lesions (and therefore the resulting ischemic-cervical insufficiency), complete duplication of the uterus and others).
  • Hormones. If the work of endocrine organs (the thyroid gland and adrenal glands) is disrupted, then the sex hormones fail in norms, and this can result in habitual miscarriages.
  • Immunity. If a woman's immune reactions are compromised, the fetus is perceived as a foreign body and is rejected.
  • Infections. Syphilis, chlamydia, ureaplasmosis, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, even rubella, herpes and common influenza can be the causes of habitual miscarriage.

Without medical education, it is difficult to explain why and how these causes affect pregnancy. However, not always in the presence of one of these conditions, a woman can not give birth and bear a child. Usually the habitual miscarriage "serves" a whole chain of various diseases.

Bearing is possible!

If you have a grief, even the first time, and you lost a child, then first of all calm down and seek help from a specialist. The main condition for the successful treatment of any problem: a trusting relationship with a competent specialist. What will the doctor do? Get ready, that you will have to go through a lot of research to find out the cause of the accident and only after that start treatment. After all, you need to know what to cure.

Unambiguously, you have to do ultrasound of the reproductive organs to identify deviations or defects. The doctor and internal cavity of the uterus examines with the help of hysteroscopy or hysterosalpinography. The doctor will also need information about how hormones are produced by the ovaries. The most common way to test this is by measuring rectal temperature in 2-3 menstrual cycles. A hormonal picture will also reveal blood tests that will show the level of different hormones. The same blood tests exclude or confirm a viral infection in the body, and genital tract examinations (smears) should detect the presence of sexually transmitted infections. Also, a doctor can prescribe an endometrial biopsy (a procedure for "picking off" a small part of the mucosa and examining it). If a miscarriage occurs in the early term (up to 8 weeks), then a couple must consult a geneticist. Fetal death can also occur due to an inferior sperm, so you will be recommended to make a spermogram. An endocrinologist and therapist will also need you, because sometimes miscarriages occur in women with an absolutely healthy reproductive system.

Having gone through all the necessary research, having determined the possible causes of the usual miscarriages, you can start treatment. Each condition is treated in a comprehensive manner. Doctors recommend not to rush with a new pregnancy and plan it not earlier than one year after the miscarriage (if the woman's age is quite substantial, accordingly, such a period does not go to her advantage, so you can get pregnant again after six months after treatment).

Many women are interested in the question: how high are their chances of bearing a child? It is difficult to answer, because often it happens that a woman treated one thing, but in fact the reason is different. From this no one is immune, but you can not lose heart in any case. Pregnancy will come if you believe in it and sincerely want it. After the long-awaited 2 stripes on the test, everything is just beginning. Remember that the course of the pregnancy will depend primarily on your emotional state. Try not to worry, but be always under the supervision of doctors. And pray! Children are God's gift and it is up to the Lord to decide whether or not you will have an heir.

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