A healthy, full-term pregnancy is more likely if underlying medical issues like diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, or high prolactin levels are treated.
Surgery can rectify problems with a septate uterus and eliminate some fibroids or abnormalities caused by scar tissue. Correcting the structure of the inside of the uterus can often reduce the risk of miscarriage.
Low-dose aspirin and heparin may be used to help women with autoimmune or clotting (thrombophilia) issues. These medications can be used to reduce the chance of miscarriage while pregnant.
Making healthy lifestyle choices, such as quitting smoking or using illegal drugs, limiting alcohol and caffeine, and maintaining a healthy weight, may reduce the risk of recurrent miscarriage.
The doctor might advise genetic counselling if a chromosomal issue is identified. While many couples with translocations are able to conceive
naturally and deliver a healthy baby, a doctor may advise fertility procedures like in vitro fertilization (IVF). After IVF, the embryos can be examined (preimplantation genetic screening) before being -
returned to the uterus, and only normal ones are transferred. This enhances the success of the pregnancy.
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