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Recurrent pregnancy loss: causes

Recurrent pregnancy loss: causes

There are women who do not achieve a full-term pregnancy because, at a certain point in their pregnancy, they suffer abortions that prevent the final birth of the baby. These women consider surrogacy a way of being able to be mothers, since they themselves cannot carry their baby to term during the 9 months of pregnancy.

It is considered a recurrent abortion when 2 or 3 abortions occur continuously. The causes of recurrent abortions can be genetic abnormalities in the gametes (eggs and sperm), immunological abnormalities, alterations in the uterine cavity or even problems in coagulation.

By (embryologist), (embryologist) and (babygest staff).
Last Update: 01/11/2021
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