Surgical intervention can help avoid the devastation of late-term miscarriage
A single miscarriage is extremely common. It’s estimated that up to two-thirds of women will experience a loss in the first trimester. Recurrent losses (two or more) are far less common, probably occurring in less than 5 percent of pregnancies. “Uterine, autoimmune, hormonal and clotting abnormalities can all be treated. In chromosomal cases, we can often achieve excellent success through in vitro fertilization (IVF),” says Dr. Daniel Stein.
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