Causes Of Recurring Miscarriages?

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Hello. In September 2018 I had a miscarriage in the UK due to BO, then October 2018 I checked Torch Igm with all negative results, except toxo igm Equivocal 0.63. Then until January 2019 on the advice of my obgyn doctor here, I have not been able to promote first because of post-miscarriage recovery + had to take another toxo igm test 3 months later. Then in the middle of January 2019, I checked the toxo igm again and the result was still the same, namely Equivocal 0.63. At the moment I want to get pregnant again immediately, but I am afraid that it will repeat itself as before (miscarriage / risk to my fetus). Do I have to get treatment before I get pregnant again? And is it true that the cause of my previous miscarriage was because my toxo igm was equivocal? Thank you

1 Answer:

Hi,


Miscarriage can be caused by various possible causes. Miscarriage is the spontaneous discharge of the fetus from the womb at <20 weeks' gestation. Miscarriages can occur in pregnant women who have risk factors including:

mother is too young <20 years or too old> 35 years
uterine health conditions
certain infections such as toxoplasma, rubella, citomegallovirus, herpes, gonorrhea, sifillis
underweight or excessive weight
autoimmune disorders
the effect of certain drugs
never miscarried before
physical condition is too tired

While the Blighted Ovum itself is a condition of pregnancy where there is no embryo or fetus going on even though fertilization has occurred. Blighted ovum is also a condition that often causes miscarriages in the early trimester of pregnancy. For your current condition where there is a miscarriage due to a blighted ovum in the first pregnancy, you should indeed carry out further checks to the obstetrician to be able to do a direct examination to find out your condition, the cause of the miscarriage, and further examined the condition of the health of your uterus. Considering there has been a miscarriage in a previous pregnancy, and this also has a risk of miscarriage in the next pregnancy, you should first find out your condition whether there is a problem in the uterine organ or hormonal problems or if there is an infection such as a TORCH infection, this should be known before you start the program pregnant. Because if for example there is a TORCH infection and is not known to be at risk of causing miscarriage, or defects in the fetus so it should be ascertained and carried out treatment first before the pregnancy program is back. Toxoplasma examination with equivocal results indicates vague results (not yet certain to be infected) or may be infected or there is a non-specific reaction, so it needs to be done periodically. You should continue to do re-control or periodic checks with the doctor who checked you before, if indeed the results will require treatment first, do regular routine treatment as recommended. Some things you need to pay attention to:

regular eating patterns, don't be late eating
eat nutritious and balanced food
enough rest
don't work too hard
avoid foods that are too spicy
avoid consumption of caffeine, cigarettes, alcohol
avoid having sex in the early trimester
check TORCH
the following article you can read miscarriage, blighted ovum, torch

Hope it is useful, thank you

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