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Thursday, April 12, 2018


Miscarriage and Molar Pregnancy

On one of my miscarriages, we were concerned that it might be a molar pregnancy since my HcG levels kept going up.
Fortunately, after having a D & C, we found out that I did not have a molar pregnancy. Here is an article that explains how a molar pregnancy happens and the dangers:

What Mrs. Aguinaldo had experienced was a molar pregnancy--a gestation that usually produces only placental tissue and no fetus. Like miscarriages and Down syndrome babies, molar pregnancies are far more common among older women, probably because aging eggs are--for unknown reasons--more prone to genetic errors. And the genetic mistake that precedes a molar pregnancy is indeed catastrophic: either before or after fertilization, the egg loses its nucleus and all the maternal genes it
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No one knows how often this happens. What we do know is that every now and then--often enough to account for about one pregnancy in every thousand in the United States--a fertilized egg carrying only paternal chromosomes survives. What usually happens is that the genes carried by the sperm somehow duplicate within the egg. By replacing the egg’s missing chromosomes, the sperm provides the number of chromosomes that embryonic development normally requires. One might expect that after such compensation a normal pregnancy would follow. But despite the normal number of chromosomes, no fetus forms. 

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