Miscarriage is defined as the loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks and occurs in 15 per cent of clinically recognised pregnancies. However, when miscarriage occurs two or more times in a row it is known as gestational loss or recurrent miscarriage.
Recurrent gestational loss is divided into:
Primary: When a pregnancy has never been carried to term.
Secondary: When the couple has already had children in the past.
Today, there are highly effective solutions for each of the causes of recurrent gestational loss.
When it is due to maternal factors, treatment varies according to the cause and can range from hormone therapy to surgery in very specific cases.
However, when recurrent miscarriage is due to fetal problems, the treatment of choice is Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. This method is used in conjunction with In Vitro fertilization (IVF) and allows only embryos free of genetic and chromosomal abnormalities to be transferred into the mother's uterus, maximising the chances of implantation, pregnancy and having a baby at home regardless of the woman's age.
If you have experienced two or more consecutive miscarriages, your future pregnancies should be carefully planned and closely monitored by a specialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine.
Our Multicycle programs are the best option to fulfil your dream
With up to 4 In Vitro fertilization (IVF) attempts to give you maximum peace of mind and security that you will have your baby at home.
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