Recurrent miscarriage regrettably affects upto 1% of couples who are trying to have a baby. While these may be unfortunate events without any obvious underlying cause, certain conditions/problems are known to cause recurrent miscarriages. These (but not limited to) are:
- Antiphospholipid syndrome
- Genetic/chromosomal problems
- Abnormalities in the shape of the uterus
- Thrombophilia (blood clotting abnormalities)
Miss Lalrinawmi is the Lead Consultant for the Early Pregnancy Unit at the Great Western Hospital, Swindon. She has extensive experience in early pregnancy care, with its associated complications, and can help with pre-pregnancy as well as pregnancy plan of care to ensure the best possible outcome for you.