Why Miscarriages Can Cause Liver Disease?
Why miscarriages can be a cause of liver disease
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You should mention more specifically the causes of miscarriage and also what liver disease is intended. The causes of miscarriage can vary (most often is genetic abnormalities on the conception / fetus), there are also various liver diseases (hepatitis, liver failure, cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver abscess, etc.). Until now there is no data that shows that a miscarriage can cause certain liver diseases.
Certain liver diseases (such as cirrhosis and liver failure) that were present before pregnancy, can cause fertility problems and also increase the risk of miscarriage in case of pregnancy. Sometimes pregnancy itself can cause interference with the liver, for example cholestasis in pregnancy (usually occurs when the pregnancy is large), or in severe preeclampsia. Severe preeclampsia can cause liver disorders such as HELLP syndrome (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes and low platelet count), acute fatty liver during pregnancy, death of liver cells and also rupture of the liver. Preeclampsia can usually occur when the gestational age is above 20 weeks.
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