Post-miscarriage Examination For Pregnant Program?
I am 24 years old, my husband is 31 years old. married 3 years 5 months r nmy history of miscarriage 4 times with ket. r n1. BLIGHT oVum r n2. djj The fetus is detected early 6-7 weeks only its development does not match the age of the womb. week 10 the fetus has no heart rate r n3. Fetal fetal heart disease is not detected early on ultrasound (5,6,7,8,9 weeks Always on ultrasound) r nAnd the fetus is not developing r n4. yellow-brown spots always come out lasts from week 7 and djj is not detected again at the age of 12 weeks. r npregnancy 2,3,4 always control every week at the gynecologist. r nEven almost 2x a week. r n already given a booster and aspilet during pregnancy k 4. r nKE 4.4 everything was curated by a gynecologist. r nsy have checked my TORCH positive RUBELLA but it has been detected since pregnancy k 2. the doctor said the virus was sleeping. brown on the left uk.5 cm which is detected in miscarriages that are 3. The distance between the cyst and the fetus in the 4th pregnancy is quite far it seems. r nI want to start the pregnancy program again. What should I check with a specialist if I want to plan again?
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Miscarriage is actually a condition that is quite common in pregnancy. It is estimated that miscarriages occur in about 20% of pregnant women, and can even occur before the woman knows that she is pregnant. However, recurrent miscarriages have a lower incidence. Only about 2% of women experience miscarriages twice and only less than 1% have miscarriages up to 3 times or more.
In half the cases of recurrent miscarriages, the cause can not be found with certainty (idiopathic). But in the other half, here are some possible causes that can be found:
Disorders of the uterus (eg uterine anatomical abnormalities, uterine tumors, endometrial polyps, uterine adhesions, etc.)
Immunological disorders (eg antiphospholipid syndrome or other immunological disorders)
Endocrine disorders (eg diabetes, PCOS, thyroid disease, hyperprolactin, etc.)
Genetic disorders in the elderly
Blood and blood vessel disorders
Other factors, such as poor living habits (smoking, drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs), exposure to certain chemicals or radiation, infections, etc.
Examinations that will usually be filed in cases of recurrent miscarriages are
genetic testing and genetic counseling in the elderly
uterine examination (usually from ultrasound, hysterosalpingography (HSG), or sonohysterograpy)
antibody testing (anticardiolipin antibodies, lupus anticoagulant)
thyroid function check
sometimes other tests may also be recommended such as evaluation of the number of eggs in the ovary, general health examination, serology for infection, other antibodies, etc.
You should re-discuss with your obstetrician to do the pregnancy program again.
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