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Miscarriage and problems after Lock Rss

It is so sad to learn about your miscarriages. It is really heart breaking. If the problems are still there it means you did not get proper check up done. In order to save yourself from any future complication it is a must that you get yourself properly examined. If the things are not corrected well in time then the complications can multiply. For secure future get yourself treated. I hope that your problems will be absolutely resolve.
Hey there! I feel so bad for you hon. I can feel what you are going through. I was also going through the same phase some time ago. But the main thing is that I kept fighting. You have to keep fighting too. This time is hard but this will pass. There are many treatments for infertility now. IVF and Surrogacy are the most successful treatments from them. I m also having my treatment right now at this clinic abroad. IVF is a great option for you if you can carry the baby because you are not going to experience that beautiful thing anywhere else. And if you can't carry the baby then Surrogacy is the right option for you. I chose Surrogacy because after all these years of trying my body was not able to carry a child. But it's working out for me. My surrogate is pregnant and soon enough I will be able to carry my baby in my hands. I hope this helps you. Good Luck!
This pains so much, ladies, to see so many of us here, on MC thread..My Dr at bio texcom clinic where we've been through treatments expalined the following factors ~ During pregnancy, your body supplies hormones and nutrients to your developing fetus. This helps your fetus develop normally during your pregnancy. Most first trimester miscarriages happen because the fetus doesn’t develop normally. There are different factors that can cause this. Firstly, genetic or chromosome issues. About 50 percent of miscarriages are due to chromosome issues. Errors occur randomly when the cells of the embryo divide, or are due to a damaged egg or sperm cell. Problems with the placenta can also lead to a miscarriage.
These include: intrauterine fetal demise: The embryo forms but stops developing before you see or feel symptoms of pregnancy loss. Blighted ovum: No embryo forms at all. Molar pregnancy: Molar pregnancies are rare. There is usually an abnormal placenta growth, but since both sets of chromosomes come from the father, no fetal development occurs. Partial molar pregnancy: This happens when the mother’s chromosomes remains, but the father has also provided two sets of chromosomes. This causes placenta abnormalities and an abnormal fetus. External health conditions, lifestyle habits, and underlying conditions may also interfere with the fetus’ development, especially in the second trimester. Exercise and sexual intercourse do not cause miscarriages. Working won’t affect the fetus either unless you’re exposed to harmful chemicals or radiation. Conditions that can interfere with a fetus’ development include: poor diet, or malnutrition. advanced maternal age. untreated thyroid disease. uncontrolled diabetes. infections. trauma. obesity. problems with the cervix. abnormally shaped womb. severe high blood pressure. food poisoning. certain medications.
I know we aren't here to talk much on reasons, 'cause it all pains much. I've been through mc myself too. But I've written all this to remind you that we cannot rule over fragile fertility matters. What's good for ones, is not the same for others. Want we or not, but God has his own plan for everyone.
Hope you'll heal well soon and keep on fighting for your little ones.
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