Miscarriage is a life changing moment, and could be a very challenging time for the family
Studies has shown that Women who have supportive care from an early pregnancy assessment unit from the beginning of a pregnancy have a better chance of a successful birth.
For couples where no cause for recurrent miscarriage has been found, 75 in 100 (75%) will have a successful pregnancy with this care.
The chance of a further miscarriage increases slightly with each miscarriage. Women with three miscarriages in a row have a 4 in 10 chance of having another one. This means that 6 out of 10 women (60%) in this situation will go on to have a baby next time.
When a miscarriage happens three or more times in a row, it is called recurrent miscarriage. Recurrent miscarriage affects 1 in 100 (1%) couples trying to have a baby.
It is worth remembering that the majority of couples will have a successful pregnancy the next time even after three miscarriages in a row.
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Edited By Dr Babajide Alalade