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Thrombophilia and recurrent miscarriage

Thrombophilia in pregnancy involves a state of hypercoagulability of the maternal blood, which causes clots to form in the blood vessels that reach the placenta and keep blood from flowing to the fetus, causing gestational loss.

Thrombophilias can be congenital or acquired and the appropriate treatment in the pregnant woman is based on the administration of acetylsalicylic acid and heparin.

By (gynecologist), (embryologist) and (babygest staff).
Last Update: 01/30/2019
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