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Multiple Miscarriages Treatment in Gurgaon

When the loss of a fetus occurs before the twenty weeks of pregnancy, it is known as a miscarriage. It generally occurs at the first three months of pregnancy. This unfortunate event is beyond a human's control as it occurs due to specific medical reasons. Still, knowing several risk factors or signs can help you comprehend better miscarriage and the treatment that can be sought if this occurs.


Depending on the phase of pregnancy, the signs of miscarriage may vary, and in some cases, it occurs even before the realization of being pregnant.

However, some mutual symptoms may be include:

  • Vaginal Bleeding
  • Discharge of any fluid or tissue from the vagina
  • Abdominal pain or cramps
  • Heavy Spotting
  • Back Pain ranging from mild to severe

If you experience any of these signs during any stage of your pregnancy, immediately contact your doctor and seek consultation. These symptoms may also not be due to miscarriage, but it is always safe to discuss with your doctor, who may prescribe specific tests and then declare the results.

Causes Of Miscarriage:

There always exist certain things or situations that increase the chances of miscarriage, but in general, it may also occur due to specific things you did or did not by you. Your doctor may help you identify the probable reasons for the miscarriage if you face issues with your pregnancy.

Most cases of miscarriage occur during the trimester stage of pregnancy due to inadequate nutrition and hormone supply to the fetus, which is necessary for its growth. Several factors lead to this situation, such as:

Chromosome Issues: A set of chromosomes is contributed by the mother and the father, which holds the genes.

Examples of chromosome oddities include:

  • Blighted Ovum - In this situation, no embryo forms at all.
  • Intrauterine Fetal Demise – In this situation, the embryo forms, but the development stops even before realizing the loss of pregnancy.
  • Molar Pregnancy – Here, both sets of chromosomes come from the father alone, which leads to no development of the fetus.
  • Partial Molar Pregnancy – In this case, the father contributes two sets of chromosomes, and the mother contributed a bunch too, which ultimately results in the loss of the fetus.
  • Placenta – The problems with the placenta may also lead to miscarriages.

Damage to the fetus may also occur at the division of cells in the embryo or due to the damaged egg or sperm cells.

Lifestyle And Health Conditions: Underlying health conditions and certain habits in daily life may also be the reason for miscarriage. Any exercise, work, or even sexual intercourse doesn't lead to miscarriage, but the conditions that can lead are:

  • Malnutrition
  • Use of Drugs or alcohol consumption
  • Infections
  • Trauma
  • Abnormal shape of the uterus
  • Hormonal issues
  • Untreated thyroid
  • Uncontrolled Diabetes
  • Cervix problem
  • Maternal age advancement
  • Food Poisoning
  • Wrong Medications

There may be other reasons, and it is always advisable to take any medicine after being prescribed by a doctor.

Confusion Between Miscarriage or Periods:

It often gets confusing, and miscarriage may occur without even realizing being pregnant and mistaking it about menstruation as both involve similar signs.

But there are certain factors to observe to identify between both terms, which are:

  • The symptoms are signs like a heavy flow of fluids or tissues and severe back pains, maybe miscarriage rather than periods.
  • Time – During the early stages of pregnancy, the miscarriage may be mistaken as periods. However, the intensity of occurrence of miscarriage after almost crossing eight weeks of pregnancy gets reduced.
  • Period Of Symptoms – The signs of miscarriage are long-lasting than that of regular periods.

If you are experiencing these issues, which seem like periods, but the effects are somewhat longer than that, you should immediately seek a doctor's consultation for proper medication.

The Weekly Rate of Miscarriage:

Most miscarriages occur during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, and after the initial phases, the risk of its occurrence gets reduced. And further, then that, the chances drop.

Pregnancy is a sensible point in one's life and involves a risk all the time. Doctors' consultation and regular checkups are of utmost importance during this period of life. However, if you face the issues mentioned above during the initial stages of pregnancy, seek a doctor without any delay.

The problem of miscarriage can be dealt normally, if timely corrective measures are taken by the right expert. Dr. Prachi Benara is a leading infertility specialist who has a 10+ years of experience in this genre who can guide you the corrective course of action.

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