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Monday, March 29, 2010

Spring Break




I'll be taking a "Spring Break" from my blogs the week of 3/29--4/2. I'm still here and I'll still be checking my emails. Have a relaxing week.

Be back 4/5/10.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Sharon Stone Speaks of Two Miscarriages

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I'm surprised I never had heard that the actress Sharon Stone had two miscarriages late in her 5th month of pregnancy. This article talks about here experience. It goes to show you that miscarriage can happen to anyone, even those who seem to have it all.

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Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Miscarriage and Amniocentisis - Safer Than We Thought?


When I was pregnant, my husband and I decided early on that I was going to have an amniocentesis. I was absolutely petrified that something would go wrong. I don't think I could have lived with myself if I miscarried after the procedure. Here is an article that might put some of your fears to rest if you're considering an amniocentesis:

Amniocentesis doesn't raise miscarriage rate
Older studies overestimated risk, new report finds


According to the article:

"Pregnancy loss was rare in women who underwent amniocentesis and the rate was comparable to that seen in women who did not have the procedure, suggesting that amniocentesis itself really didn't raise the risk of pregnancy loss.

In fact, among women older than 35 years old, the loss rate after amniocentesis (1.06 percent) was actually lower than the loss rate for women who did not undergo amniocentesis (1.92 percent), the researchers note."

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Prevent Pregnancy Loss - Good Resource


I stumbled across a good site whose mission is to educate women about preventing pregnancy loss. For anyone interested, here is the link:

www.preventpregnancyloss.org

Hopefully you will find some information that may help.

From the site:

Why are medical guidelines so lax about miscarriage? It could be because they’re based on old studies that couldn’t reliably detect early pregnancy losses, so the results underreported these preclinical losses. It could also be the lack of research dollars.

The National Institutes of Health spends very little toward treatments to prevent miscarriage. For a condition that strikes over two million women every year, miscarriage is among the least funded conditions on a per capita basis. This means that rigorous studies that could result in new treatments aren’t completed. Obstetric care guidelines that require scant effort to find a cause of loss aren’t updated. And many couples who endure the devastation of loss repeat this horror. Unnecessarily.

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