Miscarriage is one of the biggest stress a mother has to deal with, fight and suppress it just to make sure it won’t affect the growing fetus. And this in turn, only ends up being another reason for the death of your fetus.
So, the only way to prevent this is to know the reasons for miscarriage and avoid them as much as possible and you can send the worry of miscarriage flying out of the window. Miscarriages sometimes happen due to genetic disorder or malfunction. There are two outcomes of this – either your fetus dies inside your womb or the child is born with a lot of abnormalities which sometimes can be fixed but if they are too severe, the child dies in a matter of few hours to few months. If it’s a genetic cause, you can’t do anything apart from letting your child go.
Food poisoning is another reason why the fetuses end up dying. This might put you under even more stress and pressure since you can’t always tell if your food is poisoned or not. Well, don’t worry, as long as all the ingredients used in the food is fresh and the food you are eating is fresh, you don’t need to worry about food poisoning. Although, you should always make sure that the water you are drinking is germ free and mineralized to the right level.
You have to make sure that your body produces enough hormones, especially progesterone to protect the walls of your fetus. Progesterone is what keeps the embryo intact and if this is not supplied enough, the wall begins to break apart and this is fatal for your growing child.
You need to keep your immune system strong since there are chances of microbes infiltrating through the embryo and killing your fetus. This can be difficult to prevent but all you need to do is to make sure that your white blood cells along with other immune related cells in your body are at optimum number.
Sometimes miscarriages happen due to ectopian pregnancy where the fetus begins to grow in the wrong place of your reproductive system like the fallopian tube or the ovary. This kind of abnormality is characterized by severe cramps and stomach pain especially around the region of your reproductive organ.