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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Recurrent miscarriage may be related to genetic, hormonal, anatomic, immunologic, hematologic and environmental factors.
UF Health Reproductive Medicine will see patients with two or more consecutive miscarriages earlier than 12 weeks of gestation and help potential causes that lead to these unfortunate events to see if the chance of having a child can be enhanced. Sometimes there is no specific reason for a miscarriage. Fortunately, the majority of these couples will eventually have a successful pregnancy outcome with therapy treatments alone. UF Health Reproductive Medicine physicians will discuss your specific condition to make evidence-based recommendations.
At times patient support groups like “Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Inc.” may be beneficial as well.
Resources & Links
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine
- Endometriosis Association
- Fertile Hope
- National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association
- Reproductive Facts
- Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
News & Media Releases
- 3 Commonly Used Medications to Treat Unexplained Infertility
- The miracle makers
- Celiac disease and infertility: Is there a link?
- Pesticides And Sperm Quality: Can They Make Men Infertile?
- Researchers find new fertility drug to be more effective than one used for the past 40 years
- UF Health Shands Hospital first academic health facility in Florida to receive national Baby-Friendly designation
- Researchers uncover genetic and hormonal origins behind the evolution of sex organs
- Medical specialty one-stop shop at new UF&Shands at Springhill practice in northwest Gainesville