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unsuccessful conceptions or missed abortions ......

By December 29, 2010 - 3:56am
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if some one (already a parent of a very healthy baby) is now easily conceiving each time but ends as a Missed Abortion within the 1st trimester due 2 the lack of cardiac flicker (baby's heart)...being already a parent of almost 4 yr old baby, nothing seems abnormal in both the spouses, apparently her gyno fails 2 xplain the xact cause behind this condition... wht cud be the possible reasons? is this an issue of some sort of male or female infertility? shd v here "question the male fertility too"? or itz only "the female partner Responsible" 4 all these missed abortions????

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Thanx Ms.Elliot... & m so sorry 4 such a late reply here...

January 22, 2011 - 12:07am
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snq - Thanks for your question. It looks like no clear reason has been given to the parents, which must be making the situation more difficult for them.

A missed abortion, or early pregnancy loss, can be caused by many things, including health factors that are not related to fertility. The following article provides more information to help you better understand this. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/266317-overview

What would also be helpful would be to provide support for the loss, and this article has some good advice: http://www.empowher.com/miscarriage/content/little-more-grieving-after-pregnancy-loss

Thanks for looking out for your friends and wanting to help them.

December 29, 2010 - 4:15pm
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