Essential trombocitemia is a pathology characterized by high concentrations of platelets in the blood. It can have serious consequences for the fetus during pregnancy.
There’s some good news for women who have no uterus. A baby was born after a uterus transplantation in Sweden. Although this procedure is not yet a routine, there is hope for these women.
Pregnancy over fory implies some risks for the woman and the baby. Here these risks will be told.
Antiphospholipid syndrome has an impact on coagulation. This illness must be treated, especially in pregnant women, since a good irrigation is vital for the development of the foetus.