What percentage of pregnancies end in a repeat miscarriage?

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The percentage likelihood of a repeat miscarriage if it happened in the first instance is 13% in the United Kingdom. On the other hand, the possibility of having a miscarriage if you had one or more live births before is 10%. Interestingly, there is a 75% possibility of a miscarriage in the first two weeks of your pregnancy while you might not even know you are pregnant.
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