Miscarriages can be truly devastating events that nobody should ever have to go through. They take a heavy mental toll and come with potentially long term emotional consequences, such as guilt, fear, anger, and even depression. However, the most heartbreaking aspect of this tragic event is a mother’s struggle to understand just why she lost her child.
She goes on to add, “You have two sets of genetic material coming together that have to divide, and sometimes things go wrong. The simplest way to think about it is that [miscarriage] is sort of nature’s way of making sure that a human being is compatible with life.”
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Common Reasons That Could Cause A Miscarriage:
1.Abnormalities In The Chromosomes
2. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Both viral and bacterial infections have been proposed as a cause for the recurrent loss of pregnancy. Doctors routinely culture patients for these two pathogens and treat both the partners if one happens to be infected.
4.Disorders Of The Immune System