Pre-Screening for Uterine Killer Cells in Recurrent Miscarriage Patients

A study recently published in the journal Human Reproduction addresses the viability of pre-screening women with a history of recurrent miscarriage with no known cause for high uterine killer cells. A total of 160 women were pre-screened for the trial. ... read more »

Recurrent Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss

What is the cause of recurrent miscarriage and what exams should be done? ... read more »

Natural Killer Cells May Stop Miscarriages

There are many reasons why some women are more prone to miscarriage and they usually have to do with some health issues or disorders. However, some women just are more likely to lose their children and researchers have been baffled as to why. ... read more »

Researchers Link Recurrent Miscarriage to Prolonged Fertility

Researchers from the Warwick Medical School have recently completed a study that correlates recurrent miscarriage with a possible flaw in the fertility window. ... read more »

Coping After Recurrent Miscarriage

According to researchers at the University Medical Centre Utrecht in the Netherlands, after the first miscarriage, women remain more positiveabout future pregnancies, but two or more miscarriages changes thewoman's mental perspective. ... read more »

Effect of Surgical Correction of Septate Uterus on Fertility

A recent study published in the Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology reported safe improvements in reproduction after resection surgery to repair a septate uterus. Women in the study previously reported infertility and recurrent miscarriage. ... read more »

Protein Important to Fertility and Risk of Miscarriage

Researchers have discovered that a protein enzyme may be responsible for some cases of infertility and recurrent miscarriage. The SGK1 enzyme needs to be carefully balanced to promote pregnancy and maintain pregnancy, according to research. ... read more »

Unexplained Recurrent Miscarriage and Progesterone Supplementation

Between 1 and 1.5-percent of women suffer recurrent miscarriage of unknown origin during pregnancies with the same partner. Experts believe there is some connection between progesterone release after conception and recurrent pregnancy loss. ... read more »

Malaria Drug Enables Woman to Have Baby After 20 Miscarriages

Kelly Moseley was determined to become a mother. She'd had 20 miscarriages over a 10 year period and has now given birth thanks to new findings. ... read more »

Fibroid Removal May Prevent Recurring Miscarriage

Many women with fibroids are told the small growths are harmless, butthat's not what researchers recently reported in the journal HumanReproduction. It appears fibroids growing inside the uterus can cause recurrent miscarriages. ... read more »

MTHFR and Unexplained Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Studies have indicated a possible connection between blood homocysteine levels and unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss (URPL). ... read more »

Ureaplasma Urealyticum

Couples who experience infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, pelvic pain, premenstrual symptoms, or vaginal symptoms should be tested for ureaplasma urealyticum. ... read more »

Aspirin Or Other Treatments For Recurrent Miscarriage

A recurrent miscarriage is defined as the loss of 3 (or 2) previous pregnancies and i's unclear whether treatment will improve pregnancy outcome in women with unexplained miscarriages. ... read more »

Recurrent Miscarriages

A recurrent miscarriage is when you lose more than 2-3 pregnancies in a row, Most causes of miscarriages are unknown. ... read more »

Recurrent Miscarriage

Immunologic causes and tests for reccurent miscarriage. ... read more »

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

What are possible causes of recurrent pregnancy loss? ... read more »

Low Progesterone - Cause of Miscarriage?

Was low progesterone the cause of my miscarriage? ... read more »

Recurrent Miscarriage and Factor V Leiden

What does a recurrent miscarriage indicate? ... read more »

Miscarriage - Chance of Recurrence

I just had a miscarriage, is there an increased risk of recurrence? ... read more »