Pregnancy Care Guide
Preconception check up
How to get pregnant
Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy
Foetal Develpoment
First Trimester
Second Trimester
Third Trimester
Changes in the woman
Check Ups and Tests
Blood Tests
Urine Tests
Tests on the Uterus
Diet and foods for the pregnant
Essential Nutrients
Recommended Daily Diet for the Expectant Woman
Tips for Healthy Eating
Wholesome Eating During the Trimesters
Exercises during pregnancy
Antenatal care
Complications during Pregnancy
Causes of repeated abortions and miscarriage
High Risk pregnancy
Twins and multiple pregnancies
Gestational diabetes
Pregnancy induced hypertension
Bleeding during pregnancy
Preterm or premature labour
Ectopic pregnancy
Rhesus Factor

Causes of repeated abortions and miscarriage

Miscarriage, often called spontaneous abortion by doctors, is the loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks. It occurs in about 15 per cent to 20 per cent of all pregnancies. Many happen in the first three months. Miscarriages may also take place before a woman even knows that she is pregnant.

Three or more miscarriages in a row may be called 'repeated or recurrent miscarriage or abortions'. Special tests are needed to try to find the cause.

  • Lifting a very heavy object.
  • Running or jumping in great speed.
  • Chromosomal problems (genetic problems)
  • Illness in the mother
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Disorders of the immune system
  • Abnormalities of the uterus
  • Environmental and lifestyle factors
  • All of a sudden the two feet of the woman falling on different levels; climbing high or mounting high steps.
  • Having very hot drinks or eating hot foods.
  • Having the muscles of the ovaries rather loose causing its mouth to open soon, at little exertion.
  • Having the husband's sperm or your ovum's inherent strength very weak.
  • Being anemic or having some blood deficiency or having an inherent incompatibility between the husband’s or yours blood groups.
  • Being too chicken hearted and timid by nature to withstand any trauma or shock or sudden explosion of sound.

Besides these your husband's callousness to care for your comfort and safety or his being reckless during coitus while you are pregnant are the other potential causes of your aborting or miscarry.
A lady has to be extremely careful about these pitfalls and should take every precaution to avoid them.

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