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Monday, April 27, 2009

More Fertile After Miscarriage?


I have heard many claims that a woman may be more fertile after a miscarriage. According to this article, the statistics don't hold up. The good news cited in the article below is that the vast majority of women do become successfully pregnant even after miscarriage. Read more:

www.nytimes.com

From the article:

Unsuccessful pregnancies, sometimes called missed pregnancies, are common, occurring in 30 to 50 percent of conceptions. (Some occur so early that the woman may not notice.) Many are caused by chance chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo that are unlikely to affect the next pregnancy. Others result from progesterone deficiencies; according to a 2007 review of other studies, the effectiveness of progesterone supplements in preventing future problems is somewhat unclear.

But the science is encouraging. According to a report by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the probability of a second miscarriage is just 2.25 percent, and the odds of a third are less than 1 percent. Another study in The New England Journal of Medicine followed a large sample of healthy women seeking to conceive and found that of those who miscarried, 95 percent became pregnant within two years.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Can Intercourse In Pregnancy Cause Miscarriage?

This is a common question that comes up for most pregnant women...is intercourse safe during pregnancy? Here is an article that addresses that question:


Prenatal Health (verybestbaby.com)


From the article:

"Most experts agree that sexual intercourse is safe during early pregnancy as long as the pregnancy is proceeding normally. However, if you have had any vaginal bleeding or cramping, which could suggest the possibility of a threatened miscarriage, then sexual activity should be avoided and you should see your doctor. Although gentleness should be the rule for sex during your entire pregnancy, it's especially important late in pregnancy, when the baby's head is settling into the pelvis.

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