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Posted by NRMFor patients, pregnancy after miscarriage can be stressful and confusing. When is the best time to get pregnant? What are the risks of recurrent miscarriage? Here, the doctors at NRM help you understand the facts about pregnancy after miscarriage.
Posted by ClaireRecurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is distinct from infertility, and some confusion generally surrounds the appropriate work-up for these patients. Here, we try to provide a simple guide to help you evaluate your patients suffering from RPL. Who to evaluate? Couples who have experienced 2 or more first trimester pregnancy losses. Classically, this excludes biochemical losses—evaluation is recommended for those with pregnancies reaching the 5-6th week gestation and/or recognized on ultrasound What to evaluate? The causes of RPL include anatomic, endocrine, autoimmune, genetic, and ovarian factors. Anatomic: 3D ultrasound and/or sonohysterogram are used to evaluate for a uterine septum, other congenital Read more »
We want to work with you toward a common shared goal: maximizing reproductive health and increasing patients’ potential for successful pregnancies. We offer a set of referral services designed to help your patients take the first steps of fertility treatment Learn More.