Attaining Fertility After Recurrent Miscarriage
New Therapies for Reoccurring Pregnancy Loss in Palm Beach
Are you and your spouse or partner currently trying to have a baby? Thanks
to new treatment therapies, there is hope for many couples who have had
difficulty conceiving. Miscarriage can be extremely difficult for expecting
mothers and their families, especially if it has happened several times.
The loss of pregnancy is one of the most difficult events anyone can face.
Even so, one out of every five pregnancies ends before the sixth month,
bringing a devastating loss to many hopeful women and family members.
What is Recurrent Pregnancy Loss?
Our infertility specialists at the Palm Beach Fertility Center are working
to improve these statistics by providing comprehensive care in evaluating
and managing women with recurrent pregnancy loss. Recurrent pregnancy
loss is defined as three or more consecutive spontaneous miscarriages
that occur during the first 22 weeks of pregnancy.
- Each pregnancy involves different circumstances, therefore, it is important
for you to consult a physician if you think you have experienced any of
- Any pregnancy loss after three months of development
- Two consecutive miscarriages during the first three months of pregnancy
- Pregnancy loss after age 35
What Factors Affect Miscarriage?
Many factors can cause pregnancy loss and understanding the issues which
increase your chance of losing a pregnancy can often help you to overcome
them. With more than 20 years in practice, our Palm Beach fertility physician
is committed to helping families like yours conquer the struggle of recurrent
A few of the common factors which affect miscarriages include chromosome
abnormalities, endocrine dysfunction, immunologic conditions, and structural
- Depending on the cause of recurrent pregnancy loss, one or more of the
following therapies may be beneficial:
- Corrective surgery
- Immunologic therapy
- Hormonal therapy
- Antibiotic therapy
- Anticoagulant therapy
- Genetic counseling
Overcoming Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
At our Palm Beach infertility treatment center, we have had great success
with a new study using existing medications including aspirin, heparin,
and progesterone. After appropriate evaluation and treatment, over 85%
of women with recurrent miscarriages can have a successful live birth.
If you or anyone you know has a history of recurrent pregnancy loss and
you would like to learn how to overcome this difficulty, please
contact us at (888) 819-5177 for more information about this study.