A Miscarriage is an early pregnancy that spontaneously ends before the foetus can survive, it is caused by the separation of the foetus and placenta from the uterine wall. If a woman is having a spontaneous Miscarriage she will probably have vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain and cramping. Call your doctor if you suspect you are pregnant and have any of the following like weakness, dizziness, severe nausea or pain and burning during urination.
Before a pelvic exam is done your doctor may ask a few questions such as the following:
There is no way to predict or prevent a Miscarriage however steps can be taken to give a pregnancy every chance to continue to term for example avoiding alcohol, nicotine and controlling High Blood pressure and diabetes.
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