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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recurrent_miscarriage

There are various causes for recurrent miscarriage, and some are treatable. Some couples never have a cause identified, often after ...

obgyn.ucla.edu/recurrent-pregnancy-loss

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Symptoms, Treatment, Diagnosis - UCLA ... there could be an abnormality in the uterus (the womb) that leads to miscarriage.

www.resolve.org/about-infertility/medical-conditions/multiple-miscarriages-causes-tests-and-treatments.html

Multiple Miscarriages: Causes, Tests and Treatments. By Rafat Abbasi, MD, FACOG Published in Resolve, for the journey and beyond, Spring 2013 issue.

fertility.wustl.edu/getting-started-infertility/multiple-miscarriages

There are many causes of miscarriage, but they are usually divided into two groups: early and late. Recurrent early miscarriages (within the first trimester) are  ...

www.acog.org/~/media/For%20Patients/faq100.pdf

What is the likelihood of having repeated miscarriages? A small number of women (1%) will have repeated miscarriages. What is the most common cause of  ...

www.parenting.com/article/seven-most-common-miscarriage-causes

Women who go on to have two or three miscarriages (called recurrent miscarriage) may ultimately learn they have a medical problem that is causing their ...

www.babycentre.co.uk/a1039328/understanding-recurrent-miscarriage

When you have endured recurrent miscarriage, the ... out more about what causes recurrent miscarriage.

www.centerforhumanreprod.com/infertilityedu/causes/repeatedmiscarriages

CHR's fertility doctors specialize in preventing miscarriage and repeated pregnancy loss. Miscarriage causes and miscarriage prevention.

www.tommys.org/pregnancy-information/pregnancy-complications/pregnancy-loss/miscarriage/types-miscarriage-0

There are many possible causes for recurrent miscarriage, including: genetic and hormonal problems; infection and thrombophilic (blood-clotting) defects; ...

www.ivf.com/recurrent.html

Overall about 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage due to a non-recurrent cause. So, the risk of two consecutive losses is 20% of 20% or 4% of women will  ...