Going through a miscarriage can be quite a traumatic experience, and it’s not just the physical pain and the discomfort that causes this trauma, rather the loss of hope and shattering of dreams about being a mother are more painful.
The both of you are expecting to raise a family and then, the misfortune miscarriage takes a toll on your dreams. It definitely takes a lot of effort to get out of the situation and get going with normal life.
In most cases, the causes of miscarriage are untraceable, but if you have more than three instances of miscarriage your physician may do a detailed study on you to find out the probable reasons. Most likely the physician may ask you to undergo fertility testing, apart from conducting various other tests and checkups to get to the root of the problem. Only after a detailed analysis will your doctor point out the most probable causes for your recurrent miscarriages.
In a large number of cases, blood clots have been found to trigger repeated occurrences of miscarriages. When a blood clot forms in the umbilical cord, which feeds the embryo, the fetus or embryo is unable to receive proper blood supply and thus the fetus may get aborted.
Genetic abnormalities can also be held responsible for recurrent miscarriages.Â By genetic abnormalities we mean problems pertaining to the structure and size of the uterus. Also, scarring and internal hemorrhaging in the uterus will make it difficult for you to have a healthy and safe pregnancy.
Beyond these two main reasons, you may be prone to miscarriages because of hormonal imbalances, presence of cysts in the uterus, blood disorders and hypertension. However tracing out the exact reason for why you are experiencing multiple miscarriages, fertility testing is a must. So before you think about conceiving once again, do discuss your case with your physician and go through fertility testing.