Summary

Here is a summary of the important concepts discussed during this chapter. Miscarriage

• This is the most common type of pregnancy loss and occurs in 15 to 20 percent of all pregnancies, usually during the first three months of pregnancy.

• Symptoms of miscarriage include vaginal bleeding and cramping in the lower abdomen or back.

• The cause of miscarriage is usually not known, but it is estimated that more than half are due to chromosome problems within the fetus and occur randomly.

• Miscarriage is not caused by work, exercise, sex, most falls, frights, stress, or morning sickness.

• Miscarriage is diagnosed based on a combination of your symptoms, pelvic examination, blood hormone levels, and pelvic ultrasound.

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