Recurrent miscarriage clinic

Recurrent miscarriage, also known as recurrent pregnancy loss, is a condition where a woman experiences two or more consecutive miscarriages. Understanding why these losses occur and how to manage them can be crucial for those looking to successfully carry a pregnancy to term.

The diagnosis of recurrent miscarriage typically involves a careful review of the individual’s medical history, as well as a series of tests to check for common issues that could contribute to the miscarriages. These may include genetic tests, assessments of hormone levels, and imaging tests like ultrasounds to examine the structure of the uterus and other reproductive organs.

When it comes to management, the approach greatly depends on the underlying causes. For example, if a woman is found to have a hormonal imbalance, medication may be prescribed to stabilize hormone levels. If there is a genetic issue, a specialist can offer guidance and discuss potential options such as IVF with genetic screening of embryos. In cases where the structure of the uterus is a factor (like a fibroid or uterine septum), surgery could be an option.

Despite the emotional challenges that come with recurrent miscarriage, there are steps that can be taken to increase the chances of a healthy pregnancy. From lifestyle adjustments like reducing stress and maintaining a healthy weight to medical interventions tailored to the specific issue at hand, many women go on to have successful pregnancies after facing recurrent losses.

Book an appointment with our doctors who will help you to explore potential contributing causes to recurrent miscarriage and then discuss the best treatment options to help you achieve a healthy pregnancy.

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Mr Bassel H.Al Wattar

MD, PGD, MRCOG, PhD Consultant Obstetrician And Gynaecologist - Subspecialist In Reproductive Medicine And Surgery - Menopause Specialist

Dr Vikram Talaulikar

MBBS, MD, FRCOG, PhD Gynaecologist And Menopause Specialist

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