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Early miscarriage: how to prevent and manage it

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Early miscarriages: why do they occur?
"I had heard his heart beat barely 10 days earlier in the emergency room. And there, nothing. I struggled to achieve, but I wanted to finish as soon as possible to better retry. "Like many pregnant women (1 in 4), Melissa was faced with a miscarriage: her pregnancy stopped abruptly after 6 weeks while nothing foreshadowed this fatal outcome. At least 15% of pregnancies end in an early miscarriage (before 14 weeks of amenorrhea). The causes of these spontaneous abortions are often unknown, but most often the miscarriage interrupts a pregnancy which, in any case, could not have continued. An embryo with one or more chromosomal abnormalities that prevents its development. The mother then expels an egg that is not viable, it is a kind of natural selection.

Early miscarriage: identified risk factors
In its latest recommendations dating from 2014, the College of French Gynecologists and Obstetricians recalls the risk factors associated with the occurrence of an early miscarriage: maternal age (after age 35), a maternal body mass index (BMI) ) greater than or equal to 25, excessive consumption of coffee or alcohol, smoking, a history of early miscarriage or abortion (abortion) and certain fertility disorders. The risk of miscarriage also increases if the woman is exposed to electromagnetic waves at doses above 50 Hz or if the father is over 45 years of age.
Signs and symptoms of early miscarriage
"One morning when I woke up, I saw a little blood on my pants," recalls Cynthia. I immediately phoned my gynecologist who received me urgently. And yes, it was a miscarriage, I was 2 months. "

A miscarriage is usually manifested by bleeding and pelvic pain. Other signs can alert you, such as breasts that deflate at once, or nausea that subsides. But sometimes, there is no harbinger and it is on ultrasound examination that the verdict falls. Attention, a blood loss does not necessarily mean that we will miscarry. In any case, if you feel all

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