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Monday, February 20, 2017

COQ10, FOLIC ACID TO PREVENT MISCARRIAGE

Miscarriage, How Folic Acid and CoQ10 May Help Prevent Miscarriage and Lower Homocysteine


We all have heard the importance of folic acid to help prevent birth defects, but folic acid deficiency has also been associated with miscarriage. This article also talks about the importance of CoQ10.


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The following therapies may help to prevent miscarriage:

Folic Acid:

Rationale:

Women who are deficient in folic acid have up to three times the risk of miscarriage compared with non-deficient women.

One of the causes of miscarriage is elevated levels of the toxic amino acid, homocysteine. Folic acid reduces homocysteine levels.

Dosage:

400 – 800 mcg per day.



Selenium:

Rationale:

Several human studies have found that women who experience a miscarriage have significantly lower serum selenium levels compared with pregnant women who do not miscarry.

A study conducted on sheep found that selenium supplementation helped to prevent miscarriages.

Selenium’s protective effect against miscarriage is believed to occur via its antioxidant properties (especially its role in the generation of the enzyme glutathione peroxidase).

Dosage:

200 – 400 mcg per day.

Coenzyme Q10:

Rationale:

Two clinical studies have demonstrated that women with low plasma coenzyme Q10 levels have an increased incidence of miscarriage.

Dosage:

50 - 100 mg per day.

Vitamin B6:
SEE ALSO: INOSITOL FOR EGG QUALITY (getpregnantover40.com)

Rationale:

Elevated homocysteine levels increase the risk of miscarriage. Vitamin B6 supplementation helps to lower elevated homocysteine levels and may thereby reduce the risk of miscarriage.

Dosage:

50 – 250 mg per day.


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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

5 THINGS TO DO AFTER MISCARRIAGE

How To Deal With Miscarriage Grief

Sometimes after a miscarriage, women don't really know what to do. You're left feeling very empty and a little lost.
For More On Dealing With Miscarriage, and how to have a memorial for your lost baby, click here 
 Here is an article about some things you can do and some steps you can take to aide in the healing process:

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Create a Tangible Memory

It's often very difficult to move beyond an experience that has no tangible marker. If you've miscarried, there isn't a grave to visit or pictures of the baby to look at. Try to think of a tangible marker that will help you in your grief. You might want to create a memory book of your pregnancy. Maybe you want to plant a tree in your backyard where you can sit, in years to come, to think about the baby.

Take Care of Yourself

While grieving, it's important to pamper yourself and to remember to take care of your physical needs. Try to eat well, to exercise regularly and to get enough rest. Exercise can greatly help your emotional state and your energy level. While one woman might enjoy the calming effect of yoga, another will love the high energy of aerobics. Whatever you enjoy - do it and get out of the house!

Work on Gratitude

We all have areas of our lives that are depressing, and we all have areas that are wonderful. While grieving, it can be very helpful to focus on your gratitude. If you already have children, it's important to concentrate your energy on them and to be grateful for what you have. This doesn't diminish your grief, but it's very helpful to focus your energy on positive, concrete gratitude when you can. If you don't have children, try to focus your energy on other areas of your life where you are grateful. Try to keep a gratitude journal and write down things each day that you are grateful to 
from: www.womens-health.co.uk

Monday, February 13, 2017

NITRATES IN PROCESSED FOODS, WATER, MAY CAUSE MISCARRIAGE

Miscarriage and Processed Foods

I remember reading about how nitrates can be unhealthy to a developing fetus when I was pregnant. I totally avoided any type of processed meat (processed meats are preserved with nitrates).
 Also, depending on your location, well water may be contaminated with nitrates. Read more:

Therefore, if you choose to eat nitrate-containing foods, do so in a manner that minimizes the conversion. For example, you will want to avoid using bacon dripping for cooking, or frying processed ham. It just makes sense to avoid exposure to any potentially cancer-causing compounds

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Although nitrates in some foods may not be a problem, high levels of nitrates in well water can be. Consuming well water contaminated with nitrates, chemicals or bacteria is particularly dangerous for pregnant women and young infants. There has been some evidence that well water contaminated with high levels of nitrates has caused miscarriages in some women. 


from: parenting.ivillage.com

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

STRESS IN PREGNANCY AND MISCARRIAGE

Pregnancy, Stress and Miscarriage

Here's another one...another article about how stress may affect pregnancy hormones leading to miscarriage.
 I know this topic has a lot of conflicting information...some sources say there's no connection between stress and miscarriage and other sources, like this one, connect the two. I'm a firm believer
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in the mind-body connection. Control your stress levels if you're trying to conceive - numerous studies have shown that higher cortisol levels may be associated with miscarriage. Read more:

Arck monitored the progress of 864 pregnant women. She took blood samples at the start of their pregnancies, and asked them to fill in standard questionnaires to measure their own perceptions of stress.

See Also: Stress, Infertility and Miscarriage (www.getpregnantover40.com)

She found that the 55 women who miscarried were more likely to have reported stress than the others. And these women were also more likely to have had lower progesterone and lower PIBF levels, Arck told a meeting of the British Society for Endocrinology in London last week.

The results are not conclusive proof that stress increases the risk of miscarriage. "But it's bound to make it more scientifically plausible," says Alison Douglas of the University of Edinburgh in the UK, who chaired the conference session. 


www.newscientist.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

SPOTTING, BLEEDING, NOT ALWAYS MEANS MISCARRIAGE

Spotting, bleeding and miscarriage

When you find out you're pregnant and you start spotting it is horrifying!
 You automatically think the worst. Although spotting isn't necessarily a good sign, it certainly doesn't mean you are miscarrying or going to miscarry. 

Spotting during pregnancy can be caused by a number of things including implantation and infection. It could be a sign of something more serious so it's a good idea to have it checked out. But don't always expect the worst. Spotting during pregnancy can be quite common. I spotted for three months during my successful pregnancy which otherwise was completely normal.
 Reasons for spotting include:

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Implantation bleeding.You may experience some normal spotting within the first six to 12 days after
you conceive as the fertilized egg implants itself in the lining of the uterus. Some women don't realize they are pregnant because they mistake this bleeding for a light period. Usually the bleeding is very light and lasts from a few hours to a few days.

Miscarriage:  Because miscarriage is most common during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, it tends to be one of the biggest concerns with first trimester bleeding. About half of women who bleed in pregnancy eventually miscarry, but that doesn't necessarily mean that if you're bleeding you've lost the baby, especially if you don't have any other symptoms.


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Friday, February 03, 2017

BEYONCE TALKS OF MISCARRIAGE AND NEW TWIN PREGNANCY

I have always said, "Miscarriage knows no boundaries".  Even the rich and famous who supposedly have it all can suffer from miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage.  One of the most famous singers in the world has announced her twin pregnancy, but she also spoke of her miscarriage.  Read more:


SEE ALSO: HOW TO HAVE A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR YOUR BABY LOST THROUGH MISCARRIAGE (getpregnantover40.com)

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“Being pregnant was very much like falling in love,” she said about her first pregnancy. “You are so open. You are so overjoyed. There’s no words that can express having a baby growing inside of you, so of course you want to scream it out and tell everyone.”
But before she could share the good news, the singer had complications in the early stages. “I flew back to New York to get my check up – and no heartbeat,” she said. “Literally the week before I went to the doctor, everything was fine, but there was no heartbeat.”
This led the singer to go into the studio and write “the saddest song I’ve ever written in my life.”
people.com 

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

TOXIC ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICALS AND MISCARRIAGE

Toxic Chemicals and Miscarriage

With the holiday season here, many people have company and spend quite of bit of time cleaning and tidying up.  I didn't do a lot of cleaning in my first trimester since I was so nauseated day and night.  When I was pregnant with my daughter, my sense of smell was incredibly heightened.  The smell of any type of cleaner or any scent that was added to "freshening" products absolutely turned my stomach.
See also: www.getpregnantover40.com for more on environmental toxins and fertility and miscarriage 
 I believe this was my body's way of telling me to stay away from harmful and possibly toxic substances.  Everything from cosmetics to cleaning products were a problem for me.  I ended up using a lot of baking soda and vinegar to clean and I used unscented lotion.

Some basic household cleaners could lead to pregnancy problems or miscarriage

 I frequently turned to "The March of Dimes" for information on Pregnancy and Miscarriage.  They are an objective source of factual information. Here is a good resource on environmental toxins and how they may affect your pregnancy:



This article has information on everything from mercury exposure, chlorinated water, lead, metals, solvents and pesticides. Sometimes we are unknowingly exposed to substances which may harm an unborn baby or even lead to miscarriage. We probably can't completely eliminate these toxins from our environment, but at least we can minimize our exposure.

From the article:

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Do household cleaning products pose a risk in pregnancy?
While some household cleansers contain solvents, there are many safe alternatives. Pregnant women should read labels carefully and avoid products (such as some oven cleaners) whose labels indicate they’re toxic.

Products that contain ammonia or chlorine are unlikely to harm an unborn baby, though their odors may trigger nausea in a pregnant woman. A pregnant woman should open windows and doors wear rubber gloves when using these products. She should never mix ammonia and chlorine products because the combination produces fumes that are dangerous for anyone.

A pregnant woman who is worried about commercial cleansers or bothered by their odors can substitute safe, natural products. For example, baking soda can be used as a powdered cleanser to scrub greasy areas, pots and pans, sinks, tubs and ovens. A solution of vinegar and water can effectively clean many surfaces such as countertops.

from:  march of dimes

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