LibraryMiscarriage

One of the most heartbreaking things a woman, or a couple, can go through is pregnancy loss or miscarriage. Unfortunately, pregnancy loss is not uncommon- 25% of pregnancies will end in miscarriage.  It’s important to remember that most women will go on to have a successful pregnancy.  Below you will find medical information miscarriage and advice on how to cope with pregnancy loss.


FAQs

What is recurrent miscarriage?

Answer:

Recurrent miscarriage is defined as having two or more pregnancy losses. While the cause(s) of the miscarriages will not be discovered 50% of the time, it is important to remember that most women who undergo this ordeal will ultimately go on to have a healthy baby.

Is miscarriage common?

Answer:

As many as twenty five percent of all pregnancies will end in miscarriage, usually during the first trimester.

Does sex cause miscarriage?

Answer:

Sex does not cause miscarriage. In fact, if you are part of a couple, intimacy between yourself and your partner can support not only the relationship between you but your own emotional health, as well.


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