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Top > Women's Health Issues > Miscarriage > Miscarriage E-Books > Understanding Miscarriage E-book
Understanding Miscarriage E-book
"Suffering a miscarriage is one of the most devastating things that can happen to a woman, and to her partner. Many women conceive easily and are not emotionally or physically prepared for the shock of losing a baby.

"To make it worse, there are often complaints that the medical profession lack sympathy, and investigations into the cause are normally not even considered until you have suffered three miscarriages. It may seem a callous approach, but the reason for this response is simply that miscarriage is extremely common. In fact, one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, usually before the twelfth week of pregnancy. Many women miscarry without having been aware that they were pregnant. Nevertheless, if you do suffer a miscarriage, no amount of reassurance that it is ‘normal’ or ‘common’ can ease the pain.

What is a miscarriage?

"A miscarriage, which is also known as ‘spontaneous abortion’, occurs when a baby (foetus) is lost spontaneously before the 24th week of pregnancy. After this time, the death of a baby is called a ‘stillbirth’.

"Many women feel well and will not notice anything untoward before a scan confirms that the baby has stopped developing and died. In this situation, the miscarriage is called a ‘missed abortion’ because the baby has died, but has not been expelled from the womb. In some cases, a fertilised egg will not have developed, or developed poorly. On a scan, this would show as a pregnancy, but there would be no embryo because the foetus will have stopped growing early on. This is known as a ‘blighted ovum’. Unfortunately, you may not know anything is wrong until you have the first routine scan, which is a great shock to an expectant mother.

Are there any symptoms?

"In the case of a threatened miscarriage, where the risk of losing your baby is increased, you may experience..."



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Contents:


Miscarriages E-book1
Miscarriages2
Table of Contents3
Disclaimer5
Copyright5
Miscarriage6
What is a miscarriage?6
Are there any symptoms?6
What causes a miscarriage?6
Natural selection?7
Fibroids7
Chromosomal abnormality7
Inherited genetic problems7
Infection7
Bacterial vaginosis8
Weight problems8
Hormonal problems8
Auto-immune disorders8
Incompetent cervix9
Anatomical abnormalities9
Abnormal sperm9
Smoking10
Alcohol10
Caffeine10
Radiation11
What treatment can you be offered by your doctor? 11
Drugs12
Progesterone12
Monitored Cycle Using Saliva12
Aspirin and heparin12
What natural treatments could be effective?14
Dietary changes15
Saturated fats15
Alcohol15
Smoking15
Caffeine16
Environmental hazards16
Supplements17
Folic Acid17
Vitamin E17
Zinc17
Selenium17
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)18
Herbs19
Agnus Castus (Vitex/chastetree berry)19
Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides)19
False Unicorn Root (Chamaelirium luteum)19
Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium)19
The Treatment Plan20
Your Supplement Plan21
Herbs21
In Summary22
The Next Step23
Other E-books in this Series24
References25




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