Miscarriage and Recurrent Miscarriage
While most pregnancies result in the birth of a healthy baby, every parent knows that some don't. The most common time for something to go wrong with a pregnancy is in the first days and weeks after conception, when some miscarry. It's thought that many early miscarriages go undetected. If your period arrives as normal you may never even suspect you were pregnant.
Reasons for miscarriage
Miscarriage isn't fully understood and some miscarriages just happen without explanation other than nature 'taking a hand' and expelling an embryo that is less than perfect:
You and your baby
Miscarriage is always a sad event, and both you and your partner will need understanding, sympathy and support. You may want to talk over the possible reasons for the miscarriage with your doctor and ask about becoming pregnant again.
Generally, there's no reason why this shouldn't be possible.
Miscarriage is almost always something that's outside your control. Your doctor may be able to reassure you about this. Don't blame yourself for something you couldn't prevent.
These are some of the latest theories why some women miscarry:
In this case your doctor will ask you to undergo a series of clinical immunological investigations. These may include:
In any case you should not undergo any test that would result in “vaccines” or “lymphocyte”. Treatments as such are not approved by the Royal College of Obsterics & Gynaecology, nor the American College in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Should you be offered any such treatment ask for a second opinion.