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We run dedicated early pregnancy care clinic every day from 8am to 2 am
If you have one or more of the early pregnancy symptoms, you should consult an obstetrician.
Most miscarriages occur within the first two months of pregnancy. The warning signs are vaginal bleeding, cramps and backache similar to those experienced during your menstrual period, and absence signs such as tender breasts and morning sickness. Once a miscarriage starts, little can be done to halt it.
Most couples who lose a pregnancy do so for no clear reason and go on to have a healthy baby later. While a miscarriage, particularly in the early months, does not mean an increased risk of another, some women do have repeated miscarriages. 3% of pregnant ladies will experience 2 consecutive Miscarriages while 1% will experience 3 Recurrent Miscarriages more.
If you have repeated miscarriages, consult your obstetrician chromosomal abnormality is biggest cause of Miscarriages. Rubella, Chlamydia are known common causes of miscarriage, as is a major abnormality in the foetus or abnormalities of the uterus, such as fibroids or polyps. An incompetent cervix can also causes as a miscarriage.