* Definition * Causes * Symptoms * Exams and Tests * Treatment * Possible Complications * When to Contact a Medical Professional * Prevention
Upside: Very good starting point on miscarriages with detailed information and graphics
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What is a miscarriage? What causes a miscarriage? What kinds of things might put me at a higher risk for miscarriage? What are the signs that I might be having a miscarriage? What should I do if I ...
Upside: Very detailed article on miscarriage including causes, symptoms and what to expect
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Recurrent miscarriage can be caused by several factors, including fetal, placental, or maternal abnormalities.
Upside: Short article with summary of major causes and symptoms of miscarriage
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A miscarriage is the ending of a pregnancy due to the premature delivery of the fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy
Upside: Detailed article on symptoms, causes and treatment of miscarriage
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* What is a miscarriage? * What causes a miscarriage, and what are the tests for the different causes? * What does NOT cause miscarriage? * Are there lifestyle factors associated with miscarriage? * ...
Upside: Detailed article on miscarriage including specific information on causes and tests to determine cause
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* Miscarriage due to molar pregnancy * Advice about Miscarriage Miscarriage due to molar pregnancy April 2005 ive just experienced a miscarriage. the ultrasound indicated a molar pregnancy but the ...
Upside: Summary of user advice on molar pregnancies
You may not be sure yet, you might be in the middle of the two week wait or you may have just gotten your first faint pink line. Maybe it's your first beta and you're not sure what to make of it, not ...
Upside: Good article on determining if you are pregnant during pregnancy
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Spontaneous abortion (SAB), or miscarriage, is the term used for a pregnancy that ends on it's own, within the first 20 weeks of gestation.
Upside: Very good article on causes, prevention and statistics related to miscarriage
During the first 12 weeks of pregnancy an intricate and complicated process takes place as the woman's egg is fertilised and the baby implants, develops and grows.
Upside: Very good detailed article on miscarriage and causes with helpful links and some tips