Conceiving a Rainbow Baby: 10 Tips to Help You Get Pregnant After a Miscarriage
When a woman has two or more consecutive miscarriages this is known as repeated or recurrent miscarriage. A woman who has had just one miscarriage will likely go on to have no future problems. However, if she has had two or more repeated miscarriages, testing may be necessary to determine the cause. If this is the case for you, seek out a supportive doctor that will look into potential causes. These include chromosomal problems, anatomical issues, medical conditions, hormone imbalances, autoimmune disorders, and other causes. Keep in mind that even if your doctor runs tests he may not be able to identify the specific cause of your miscarriages. According to the ACOG, at least half of all repeated miscarriages are unexplained. Still, even if your doctor can not determine the cause of your miscarriages, you still have a very good chance of having a healthy baby. According to the March of Dimes, even without treatment, 60-70 percent of couples will go on to have a healthy pregnancy.