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Recurrent Miscarriage Evaluation and Treatment

Addressing multiple pregnancy losses

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What is recurrent miscarriage?

Losing a pregnancy more than once before the 20-week mark is considered recurrent miscarriage or early pregnancy loss. Miscarriages can happen for a myriad of reasons and are very common. However, that doesn’t make each individual experience any less emotionally painful. We know that you want answers and a clearer path forward, and we’re here to help.

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How Recurrent Miscarriage Evaluation and Treatment Works

We will begin by discussing and testing you for the most common potential causes of recurrent miscarriage:

  • Chromosomal or genetic abnormalities in one or both partners

  • Structural issues in the uterus such as fibroids, polyps, scar tissue, or a band of tissue called a septum

  • A hormonal deficiency such as progesterone which supports endometrial and placental development

  • Untreated medical conditions such as thyroid disease, diabetes, and immune system or blood-clotting issues

  • Drug and alcohol consumption as well as other dietary and lifestyle factors that can impact pregnancy

Many of these tests will involve bloodwork or an ultrasound. Your team will be there to keep you informed through the whole testing process and will be ready to talk about next steps once you have some answers.

While recurrent miscarriage is common, its treatment is highly personal. After testing your doctor will determine which treatments are best for your needs. There may only be one treatment needed or a layering of treatments to address underlying fertility issues.

Recurrent miscarriage treatments could include:

  • Hormone supplementation

  • Hysteroscopic surgery to alleviate structural issues in the uterus

  • If a chromosomal abnormality is found, you may be a candidate for IVF along with preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) to select chromosomally normal embryos to transfer

Regardless of whether the testing reveals the root cause of your recurrent miscarriages, we are here to carefully monitor and support your next pregnancy and help give you the best possible chance of carrying to term.

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Is recurrent miscarriage evaluation and treatment right for me?

If you’ve had 2 or more miscarriages, you are a candidate for recurrent miscarriage evaluation. Through the evaluation process your team will determine which fertility treatment is best for your unique needs.

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Recurrent miscarriage treatment success with SDFC

Even after three miscarriages, women can still have up to an 80% chance of achieving a healthy pregnancy.

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Paying for Your Recurrent Miscarriage Evaluation and Treatment

Though coverage for fertility care varies widely by insurance plan, the good news is that you have lots of options. We are committed to guiding you through your insurance benefits, out-of-pocket expenses, and other financing options every step of the way. With SDFC you will never be in the dark about cost.

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