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Thursday, January 19, 2017

RISK OF MISCARRIAGE FALLS WITH ADVANCED GESTATION

 Many women decide not to tell others that they are pregnant until they have safely passed the first trimester.  It is probably true, that if you can progress through the first twelve weeks, your pregnancy has a much greater chance of successfully carrying to the point of a live birth.  The overall miscarriage rate is 17-22% (including early pregnancy losses), so miscarriage is quite common.
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For women with no danger symptoms, and a confirmed heartbeat on ultrasound, the risk of miscarriage is as follows:

"The risk fell rapidly with advancing gestation; 9.4% at 6 (completed) weeks of gestation, 4.2% at 7 weeks, 1.5% at 8 weeks, 0.5% at 9 weeks and 0.7% at 10 weeks" (from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18310375)

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

FOODS, SPICES AND HERBS TO AVOID IN PREGNANCY

Many women wonder what they should and should not be eating in pregnancy not only to avoid miscarriage, but to make sure you have a healthy pregnancy and baby.  This article talks about some things that are safe and some to avoid:

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Prohibited herbs during pregnancy:
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Cinnamon:

Cinnamon should be completely avoided during pregnancy because it is known for its ability to stimulate liquidity and the descent of the menstrual cycle, which could lead to abortion.

Nutmeg:

This spice is not advised to use in cooking during pregnancy as it may cause bleeding and miscarriage.

Licorice:

Among the plants that cause high blood pressure, especially with women who suffer from high blood pressure and may cause poisoning during pregnancy.

Fenugreek:

This herb causes relaxation of the uterus which can lead to bleeding, especially in the first months.


from: natural news

Saturday, January 14, 2017

BOY MEETS MISCARRIED SISTER DURING NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE

Where Do Miscarried Babies Go?

I've often wondered what happens to those miscarried souls.  It's stories like these that make me think
that they are still floating around up there just waiting to meet the rest of their family.
See www.getpregnantover40.com for more articles on miscarriage and fertility 
Many religions embrace the afterlife concept and I've always believed that the physical world is only one of our dimensions. This is a story about a boy who died or came close to death and tells of meeting his miscarried sibling.

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 Colton Burpo - She looked familiar and then she started giving me hugs and telling me that she was glad to have someone from her family up there.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

HOW TO HAVE A MEMORIAL FOR YOUR BABY LOST THROUGH MISCARRIAGE

How to have a memorial service for your lost baby:

I realize I have readers with different religious backgrounds and beliefs, so if you want to incorporate
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prayers into your service, by all means do so. The items I used for my service were as follows:
1. A small baby doll (I used one that was just 2-3 inches long to represent my lost baby)
2. A song of your choice (I used "In the Arms of An Angel by Sarah Maclachlan)
3. I used a small crib which fit the baby doll (these dolls and cribs should be available at a craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels) and I used a small blanket to cover the baby - a small piece of fabric in a baby pattern cut to size would work for this.
4. A white candle and candle holder

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON MISCARRIAGE MEMORIAL AND REMEBRANCE (getpregnantover40.com)

Monday, January 09, 2017

CAN FISH OILS HELP PREVENT MISCARRIAGE?

Fish Oils are thought to have an "anti-inflammatory" affect in the body. Some women have what is called "placental inflammation". In pregnancy, fish oils are thought to help prevent conditions like pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes according to an Australian study. The researchers found that
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consuming fish oil led to higher levels of "resolvins" in the placenta. Resolvins are formed from omega-3 fatty acids and are thought to reduce inflammation. Fish oils are also thought to assist with fetal brain development.
Fish oils are also are source of the good fats which can help not only in pregnancy but they can help women get pregnant in the first place.  These essential fats help with hormone production which can help you conceive in the first place:
Read more:

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Friday, January 06, 2017

FENG SHUI TO PREVENT MISCARRIAGE: HAVE A HEALTHY PREGNANCY

I have recently done quite a bit of research on Feng Shui for fertility and pregnancy and I have devoted a page on my website to the subject.  First, Feng Shui means wind and water (feng = wind, shui = water). The basic goal of feng shui is to create positive "chi" or energy.  I you are trying to conceive or already pregnant, you want to create baby chi.  There are a number of design elements
that can encourage conception and a healthy pregnancy.  There are also a number of natural fertility stones you can wear that can encourage your body to balance itself and its reproductive hormones.



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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

REPRODUCTIVE HORMONES AFFECTED BY CORTISOL

Are Your Major Hormones in Balance? Insulin and Cortisol Balance

Guest Post By Cynthia Shelby-Lane, M.D.

Many people do not realize the connection between hormones and between hormones and diet. There are definite links between having balanced hormones and diet. One of the key links is the connection between insulin and cortisol.
Many people have gotten into some very bad habits that caused their diets to go off kilter. Back in the 1990s, people developed a fear of ingesting fat. As a result, they turned to low-fat foods, in addition to things such as refined carbohydrates and simple sugars. This trend caused a major problem; and, it actually created a situation in which their bodies had to use a lot of insulin to balance all the sugar they were putting into their bloodstreams. It eventually got to the point where their bodies weren't listening to the insulin and in fact became insulin resistant. This is an ongoing problem. The effect: The Obesity Epidemic
I spoke with Dr. Alicia Stanton, MD functional medicine physician, and author or Hormone Harmony� and she shed light on the issues related to insulin and cortisol.
The issue with insulin being out of balance is twofold. One problem is the direct relationship between insulin and belly fat. The more insulin you have, the more belly fat you tend to put on. This is a medical issue because belly fat has different enzymes in it that unbalance the hormones. Belly fat takes testosterone and converts it to extra estrogen, creating a big problem for both men and women. Women with too much extra estrogen can have breast tenderness, heavy bleeding, uterine fibroids, and other problems. That's why it's important to keep estrogen and progesterone levels balanced.

 

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An imbalance between estrogen and progesterone, especially estrogen dominance, can occur at any age. It is tragic to see children develop insulin resistance or Type 2 diabetes, which is traditionally known as adult-onset diabetes. In addition, these children probably have a genetic predisposition to diabetes, in addition to a poor diet.
The other issue with respect to hormone balance is the fact that cortisol is the balancing hormone for insulin. This means that if insulin is out of whack, cortisol also gets out of whack. A very real
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hormone connection: cortisol can affect your hormones, and progesterone, the building block for cortisol, also happens to be the building block for estrogen and testosterone.
What does this mean? If you have a big demand for cortisol due to your body's attempts to balance insulin, and you take all your building blocks and push them over towards cortisol, you won't have the building blocks necessary to make estrogen and testosterone. You also won't be able to balance your estrogen with the progesterone.
In a nutshell, this is the simple connection between the diet and the hormones. It's important to watch your diet so that the hormones won't become unbalanced and cause serious health problems. Of course, it's all very complicated and specialists in functional and metabolic medicine can do the proper testing to help you get back in balance and on the right track.
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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

PREGNANCY AND HOLIDAY STRESS

Pregnancy, Holiday Stress and You!

Guest Post By Dr. Michele Brown OBGYN

The season of joy can indeed be joyous, but for most people it also means cramming enormous amounts of activity into a tiny amount of time. While Holiday gift shopping and business and social celebrations are fun, they arrive with the need to prepare large meals, deal with relatives and in-laws, worry about the cost of new clothes and extra food, end of year taxes, finances in general, bonus anxiety and even job security. This kind of pressure can bring on enormous amounts of stress and will drive you nuts (not the warm chestnut kind) very quickly if you let it.
For mothers-to-be, how does all of this stress affect her pregnancy? Can maternal psychiatric conditions such as depression, anxiety, and stress adversely affect the baby when pregnant during the holiday season? This particular area of concern has always been debatable but review of recent scientific literature has shown some surprising results regarding the relationship between psychiatric conditions and the possibility of affecting the uteroplacental environment... and consequently the
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fetus.
Is there evidence that psychiatric conditions can effect pregnancy outcome?

A recent article from the Journal of Affective Disorders, in 2010 by Nicole Paz found that the risk of placental abruption is increased in pregnant women with mood or anxiety disorders. Placental abruption is an obstetrical emergency when the placenta prematurely separates from the wall of the uterus. This occurs in about 1 to 2% of all pregnancies. It is often associated with an "ischemia of the placenta" or a lack of perfusion to the placenta causing parts of the placenta to be infarcted (deadened) and consequently separate from the wall of the uterus. The placenta is the lifeline to the baby and having substantial areas that no longer function can dramatically effect the safety and well-being of the baby. Many other medical situations can be associated with this event such as hypertension, uterine infections, trauma to the uterus, premature rupture of membranes, maternal smoking, and maternal clotting disorders. Now there might be evidence that psychiatric conditions can also effect the placenta.
Previous studies by Qiu in 2009 have shown that there is a higher risk of preeclampsia (hypertension, protein in the urine, and marked swelling) and preterm delivery with maternal depressive, anxiety and stress symptoms. The authors Alder in 2007, and Halbreich in 2005 confirmed that anxiety during pregnancy and psychological distress have been reported to be associated with preterm delivery, low birth weight, and obstetrical complications. Another scientist Cohen in 1989 described placental abruption associated with panic attacks.
What is the mechanism by which this occurs?

Activation of the sympathetic nervous system with elevated chemicals in the body such as cortisol, corticotrophin releasing hormone, and serotonin levels, associated with anxiety and stress is believed to cause some of these observations. Stress causes increased hypothalamic pituitary-adrenal activity. These elevated chemicals can result in systemic inflammation and damage to vessel lining (endothelial dysfunction) which can lead to abruption of the placenta. Other investigators have found changes in clotting and platelet activity in women with major depression which can then affect coagulation pathways resulting in preeclampsia and abruption. Much evidence has mounted to show a relationship between depression and cardiovascular disease later in life through similar mechanisms.





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More studies need to be done to investigate all the hormonal, vascular, and hemodynamic effects of maternal mood and anxiety on pregnancy and its outcome.
Is there evidence that psychiatric conditions occurring during pregnancy can effect mothers after they deliver?

Research has shown that anxiety, depression, and prenatal stress is also associated with maternal mental disorders after birth. There is a higher incidence of postpartum depression in women that have prenatal anxiety.
Is there evidence that psychiatric conditions during pregnancy can effect the emotional state of children after they are born?

Behavioral and emotional problems in children such as attention deficit disorders, hyperactivity, oppositional defiant disorder and childhood anxiety are more prevalent in mothers that have anxiety and psychological distress during their pregnancies.
Summary
Maternal anxiety and stress during pregnancy can negatively affect both mom and baby both during the pregnancy and afterward. Screening women that have some of these disorders, and providing treatment, could be found to alter some of the adverse pregnancy outcomes associated with some of these well known psychiatric illnesses.
In the meantime, try to chill out during THIS holiday season. Allow yourself to sit back, and let everyone else worry about the seasonal details. No gift, meal, or gathering should ever be allowed to get under your skin because you don't want stress to get the better of your baby's health.
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Sunday, December 25, 2016

ECTOPIC PREGNANCY TREATED WITH METHOTREXATE

Miscarriage and Ectopic Pregnancy

I had two ectopic pregnancies.
 The first had to be removed surgically because I was at risk for having my tube rupture which could be life threatening. However, if ectopic pregnancies are identified early enough, they may be treated medically with a chemotherapeutic drug called "methotrexate". Here is an article that explains how it works:

From the article:

"How Successful is It?
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As mentioned above, on average only one in 15 women will need surgery after treatment with methotrexate. By far most women require only one treatment, but very occasionally two may be necessary.The treatment works by interfering with an essential vitamin (folate), which is needed for the rapidly growing tissue of ectopic pregnancy.

See Also: Trying To Conceive After Ectopic Pregnancy (www.getpregnantover40.com)

Are There Any Side Effects?

Sometimes you may notice some mild abdominal pain after the treatment, though this should not be severe. Other occasional side effects (affecting up to 15% of people) include nausea, vomiting, indigestion or feelings of fatigue. Very rarely, it can affect the liver or blood counts, but this really is unusual, mild if it does occur and only transient. The follow-up blood tests will check for this."

from: 

Methotrexate For Ectopic Pregnancy

Friday, December 23, 2016

MISCARRIAGE HELPED WITH VITAMIN C, E

Prevent Pregnancy Loss and Miscarriage Over 40

I read some the things on this site about how vitamin C and E may help with conception, pregnancy and preventing miscarriage.
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 Click through on this link, there is quite a bit of information about these vitamins. I still recommend talking with your doctor before starting a new vitamin regimen if you're already pregnant. Read more:

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Taking vitamin E (at least 200 and perhaps 400 IU daily) greatly reduces the chance of miscarriage. This is no myth: by the end of WW II, there were already dozens of medical studies confirming this. They are reviewed in a 1953 medical textbook, The Vitamins in Medicine, by Bicknell and Prescott. (William Heinemann Medical Books Ltd.; Third Edition. ASIN: B000LCKALQ)

from:

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Monday, December 19, 2016

CHLAMYDIA MAY CAUSE MISCARRIAGE

Chlamydia Can Cause Infertility, Miscarriage and Heart Disease

I knew that Chlamydia can be a cause of infertility but it also can contribute to  a miscarriage and can even affect your heart.  Many people who have Chlamydia don't know it.

 

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 Chamydia affects the immune system and not only can cause miscarriage, but coronary artery
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disease as well.  Here is an article that explains some of the disease process:

Anthony Azenabor of University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee has identified a link in two seemingly unrelated health issues. The research team has identifies a rouge bacteria, Chlamydia, that wrecks the immune system causing coronary artery disease and miscarriages. By focusing on the immune system mechanisms in Chlamydia infections, Azenabor has identified an important link in seemingly unrelated health problems...

...As the macrophages become immobile, they accumulate in the blood vessel walls, setting the stage for atherosclerosis. Researchers also found that Chlamydia is also involved in the occurrence of spontaneous abortions or miscarriages. 

from: 
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