Understanding The Early Stages Of Miscarriage
What causes early miscarriage? Early Stages Of Miscarriage usually happen because the embryo is not developing as it should. Chromosome problems are thought to be the most common cause. These problems usually happen for no reason and are unlikely to happen again.To develop properly, a baby needs the right number of normal chromosomes. He’ll need 23 from his mum and 23 from his dad.
Chromosomal abnormalities can prevent a baby from developing.It’s thought that up to 95 per cent of pregnancies with chromosomal abnormalities end in Recurrent Miscarriages.
How do I know if I’m having an early miscarriage: The most common signs and symptoms of miscarriage are vaginal bleeding and strong period-type cramps. The bleeding can vary from light to heavy, perhaps with blood clots, and may come and go for a few days.Sometimes, symptoms settle down and the pregnancy usually carries on. This is called a threatened miscarriag.