Miscarriage Questions

If you have a question about Miscarriage you might find an answer below. 

When you’re considering or having fertility treatment, you’re bound to have lots of questions. We’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions below, but if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, get in touch  – we’ll do what we can to help.

Hydrosalpinx can halve the chances of pregnancy with IVF, and also double the risk of miscarriage. Keyhole surgery (laparoscopy) is often recommended to either remove the hydrosalpinx or to disconnect the follopian tube.

Septums appear to be associated with miscarriages, and many doctors will remove them. However, the evidence is not clear cut, and we are aware there is a study being conducted at the moment.

We're so sorry to hear of your miscarriages. Whether or not rhesus negative blood contributes to this depends on whether or not you have developed rhesus antibodies. However even if you have rhesus antibodis, the effects are usually later on in pregnancy rather than in the early part of pregnancy which is when miscarriages occur.

We're so sorry to hear of your miscarriage. If you are already trying to conceive now, we'd perhaps recommend you speak to a CARE Fertility expert. There are possible reasons for miscarriage that can be identified by a genetic screening testing (PGS) which could improve your chances of a successful pregnancy.

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriage. Yes, your periods can be affected for a few months, although this will vary depending on the individual. If you are at all worried, we recommend you speak to your GP.

We're so sorry to hear about your miscarriages. At CARE we have undertaken significant research and published work on this very subject. We are the first to study a gene mutation called C4M2, given chromosomally abnormal embryos are a major cause of miscarriage. At CARE we can check for this via our genetic screening programme, which is offered alongside IVF treatment. Please do get in touch with your local CARE clinic and see how we can help you.

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriages. It's unlikely your body attacks embryos however we can help. CARE have a test for a gene mutation that can cause miscarriage and it can be carried by either the male or female. The major cause of miscarriage is chromosomally abnormal embryos and we can check for this, but only through IVF with genetic screening (PGS). If you would like to find out more how we can help you, please do get in touch with your local CARE clinic and we'd be pleased to help.

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriage, however to answer you, your chances to get pregnant are the same as they were before. If you are particularly worried about miscarrying there is a test called C4M2 for a gene mutation that can cause miscarriage and it can be carried by either male or female partner. CARE Fertility have published scientific work on this and are the first to study it in infertility patients. The major cause of miscarriage is chromosomally abnormal embryos, usually from chromosomally abnormal eggs. Embryos can be checked for this, but only through IVF treatment.

Hydrosalpinx

Hydrosalpinx can halve the chances of pregnancy with IVF, and also double the risk of miscarriage. Keyhole surgery (laparoscopy) is often recommended to either remove the hydrosalpinx or to disconnect the follopian tube.

Septum

Septums appear to be associated with miscarriages, and many doctors will remove them. However, the evidence is not clear cut, and we are aware there is a study being conducted at the moment.

Rhesus Negative Blood Type

We're so sorry to hear of your miscarriages. Whether or not rhesus negative blood contributes to this depends on whether or not you have developed rhesus antibodies. However even if you have rhesus antibodis, the effects are usually later on in pregnancy rather than in the early part of pregnancy which is when miscarriages occur.

Early Miscarriage

We're so sorry to hear of your miscarriage. If you are already trying to conceive now, we'd perhaps recommend you speak to a CARE Fertility expert. There are possible reasons for miscarriage that can be identified by a genetic screening testing (PGS) which could improve your chances of a successful pregnancy.

We're so sorry to hear about your miscarriages. At CARE we have undertaken significant research and published work on this very subject. We are the first to study a gene mutation called C4M2, given chromosomally abnormal embryos are a major cause of miscarriage. At CARE we can check for this via our genetic screening programme, which is offered alongside IVF treatment. Please do get in touch with your local CARE clinic and see how we can help you.

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriages. It's unlikely your body attacks embryos however we can help. CARE have a test for a gene mutation that can cause miscarriage and it can be carried by either the male or female. The major cause of miscarriage is chromosomally abnormal embryos and we can check for this, but only through IVF with genetic screening (PGS). If you would like to find out more how we can help you, please do get in touch with your local CARE clinic and we'd be pleased to help.

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriage, however to answer you, your chances to get pregnant are the same as they were before. If you are particularly worried about miscarrying there is a test called C4M2 for a gene mutation that can cause miscarriage and it can be carried by either male or female partner. CARE Fertility have published scientific work on this and are the first to study it in infertility patients. The major cause of miscarriage is chromosomally abnormal embryos, usually from chromosomally abnormal eggs. Embryos can be checked for this, but only through IVF treatment.

Miscarriage & Menstrual Cycle

We're sorry to hear about your miscarriage. Yes, your periods can be affected for a few months, although this will vary depending on the individual. If you are at all worried, we recommend you speak to your GP

Disclaimer
Thank you for your interest in our Frequently Asked Questions section. Please note that all the answers we give you are on a general basis only, as we cannot provide more in-depth answers without a complete knowledge of your medical history. For a more detailed response, tailored to your needs, we advise you to have a consultation with one of our Fertility Specialists for more comprehensive medical advice.