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risk of miscarriage
Thyroid disease and pregnancy
There is an added risk for pregnant women with thyroid disorders, especially in cases of hypothyroidism. Considering the problems that may arise when trying to conceive is crucial.
hCG levels after a miscarriage
What levels of hCG are considered normal? When should we be concerned about fetal development? Not losing hope is crucial.
Female infertility due to thyroid gland
Disorders caused by the thyroid gland may lead to female fertility problems. Women having trouble getting pregnant should take a thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test.
Pregnancy month by month
During pregnancy, women experience many physical and emotional changes which vary during late pregnancy until the moment of labour.
Causes of a miscarriage
There are some causes which can cause a miscarriage: genetic causes, anatomical causes, physiological causes, endocrine causes and infections.
Risk of miscarriage
It is an alert state in which doctors consider that there are signifcant chances for a miscarriage. It usually occurs during the first quarter of pregnancy, although there are some guidelines for preventing it.
A miscarriage is the spontaneously loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. It is a very painful, complicated situation for every couple. Thus, if you feel the need for psychological support, you should...
Problems of artificial insemination
After artificial insemination, women may develop a series of complications due to several reasons. One of the best-known is the Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS).
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