Posted on:August 25, 2015
I do not have any problems becoming pregnant, but I keep having miscarriages. Is there anything that can be done to help me keep the pregnancy ongoing?
Recurrent pregnancy loss is a concern shared by many of our patients. Following assessment for genetic, immunologic, anatomical, and hormone-related causes, treatment can be targeted towards a specific problem. As frequently as 50 percent of the time, however, the aforementioned evaluations are normal; in those cases, we recommend some simple therapies in the context of unexplained recurrent miscarriage. Independent of the approach, it is important to remember that 60 to 70 percent patients evaluated and treated for recurrent pregnancy loss are successful at maintaining pregnancy with their next conception.