You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

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Monday, November 27, 2017


Get Your Folate To Reduce The Risk Of Early Miscarriage

The fact that we need folate in our childbearing years to prevent neural tube defects has been well publicized. However, folate can also help reduce the risk of miscarriage.
 Here is an article from the NIH website regarding an actual study that was done on folate levels in pregnant women and their outcomes:
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Pregnant women who have low blood levels of the vitamin folate are more likely to have early miscarriages than are pregnant women who have adequate folate levels, according to a study of Swedish women by researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).
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The finding suggests that a 1998 mandate by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to fortify grain products with folic acid (the synthetic form of the vitamin) may prevent miscarriage in some women,
in addition to lowering their risk for having a child with a class of birth defects known as neural tube defects (NTDs). NTDs include both spina bifida, in which a piece of the spinal cord protrudes from the spinal column, causing paralysis below the protrusion, and anencephaly, a fatal condition in which the brain fails to develop
from: NIH

Monday, November 20, 2017


Pregnancy Loss Due To Sperm Abnormalities

My husband was always told he had an excellent sperm count. However, according to the article below, even though sperm count and mobility may appear to be normal, there may be defects in sperm which could cause miscarriage.




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When a female faces miscarriage more than twice in a row, it's called recurrent pregnancy loss. In around 80 percent such cases, imperfect and inefficient sperms lead to a weak embryo formation, finally ending with miscarriage, say scientists at the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW).

"We took the cases of 35 women who were facing recurrent pregnancy loss. As we did not find much problem with them, the samples of their husbands' semen were tested in our laboratory," said M.M. Misro, a scientist at NIHFW's department of biomedicine.

"Though the sperm count and mobility were almost normal, we found that 80 percent of the cases were because of defects in sperms," Misro, who carried out the study, told IANS

Wednesday, November 15, 2017


What happens to HcG levels after miscarriage?

After having six miscarriages, I learned a lot about the pregnancy hormone, HcG.  I was surprised to find out that even after a pregnancy has been determined to be nonviable, the pregnancy hormone can stay in your system.  This can lead to a number of symptoms and problems.  For me, it made me feel like I was pregnant - nausea, sore breasts, and overall fatigue.  Also, if your HcG is still high, it can prevent your body from expelling the pregnancy tissue that is still in your body.
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Also, if you happen to take a pregnancy test, it will come out positive because these tests measure HcG in your urine.
There's not an easy solution here, sometimes it's just a waiting game for the hormone to fall.  There were a few times that I had a D&C after knowing that my pregnancy wasn't viable.  That usually put an end to the symptoms.  Although I would have rather had a natural miscarriage, it certainly was a relief to feel like I wasn't pregnant anymore.

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Saturday, November 11, 2017


Chemical Pregnancy Explained

I remember thinking that the term chemical pregnancy sounded strange, almost as if it were something toxic. 
 When I was trying to conceive, I frequently came across the term "chemical pregnancy" in my research and one of my miscarriages was labeled a chemical pregnancy.

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This article explains more:

"Miscarriage Before You Know It

A chemical pregnancy refers to pregnancy loss very early on. In a chemical pregnancy, it is thought that an egg is fertilized but fails to implant. As a result, your body does not begin to produce the obvious signs of pregnancy. Because a chemical pregnancy occurs so early in a pregnancy, most women never even realize they are pregnant. When they receive their period, they just assume they
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were a few days late.

Women who have been pregnant before, though, may notice that they "feel pregnant" prior to starting their period. Additionally, performing a pregnancy test, either at home or at your doctor’s office, will likely produce an initial positive result. However, this will quickly become a negative as your period approaches and you miscarry.

Just how common a chemical pregnancy is is difficult to say. Because they occur so early on, causing most women to not even be aware that they are pregnant, and don’t produce the same miscarriage symptoms as one would normally experience, a great number of chemical pregnancies go undetected. However, it is estimated that as much as 50% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage before a woman is aware that she was pregnant."


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