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  • PROBLEMS OF RECURRENT ABORTIONS

    Problems of Recurrent Abortions are when the mother fails to bear the pregnancy even after multiple attempts. This can be both emotionally as well as physically trying for the mother.

    Miscarriage can be due to genetic reasons, or physical problems developed by the mother during the course of her pregnancy. Either way, it is important to deal with the problem in time, to aid the possibility of a pregnancy for the woman.

    Causes

    • Chromosomal defects can result in improper development of the fetus
    • Hormone imbalance can cause harmful effects on the fetal growth
    • Physical illness can harm the health of both the mother as well as the child
    • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can inhibit the production of female egg cells
    • Uterine problems can cause problems with the fetus' growth
    • Ovary problems can cause problems while ovulating i.e. producing the egg cells
    • Lifestyle habits, such as smoking, alcoholism, etc. can harm the fetus' health
    • Women above the age of 35 are more likely to have a miscarriage due to aging of the reproductive organs and impending menopause
    • Sometimes, it may be due to infertility in the male partner

    Symptoms

    The only solid symptoms of recurrent miscarriages is the woman not getting pregnant despite repeated efforts.

    PCOS shows its own symptoms, with excessive facial and body hair in addition to an inability to become pregnant.

    Treatment

    • Most cases of recurrent miscarriage occur because of Polycystic Ovarian Disease, in which the woman ovulates genetically abnormal eggs.
    • This leads to genetic abnormalities in the embryos, which are ultimately miscarried.
    • The treatment for Polycystic Ovarian Disease should be started at least one month before the woman becomes pregnant
    • Also, age plays an important role, and women above the age of 35 are most likely to have a miscarriage. Hence, it is important to have good family planning

    The best way to have a child after a miscarriage is to try again, with proper precautions

    Post Treatment

    After having any treatment procedure (medications or surgical or both), it is important to report to the doctor for at least six months.

    Also, in case of age being the reason for recurrent miscarriages, it is important to try for pregnancy as early as possible after the procedure.

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    Our Doctor

    Dr. Niraj Mahajan

    MD- Gynecologist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, Uro-gynecologist , Infertility specialist & Cosmetic Gynecologist.

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