Miscarriage

Miscarriage and Metformin Use

Can Metformin Cause A Miscarriage? Metformin, also known as glucophage, is a medication used primarily for diabetics. Metformin helps the body in the way that it processes blood sugar, and helps to keep blood sugar levels stable. Many women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) take Metformin to address the side effects of PCOS. In fact,

Is There A Link Between Miscarriage And Fetal Abnormalities?

Unfortunately for those who experience them, the causes behind a miscarriage are very often unknown. In fact, it is estimated that somewhere between 15 and 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Sometimes, this miscarriage occurs early enough that the woman may not even know that she was pregnant to begin with. Researchers have come

Understanding Ectopic Pregnancy

When it comes to pregnancy, there are any number of ways things can go wrong. Miscarriage, for example, can be one of the most distressing and unfortunate events a couple can experience, especially if they’ve been trying to get pregnant for any amount of time. Another frustrating condition, while it’s not actually a pregnancy, is

What are Some Signs of Miscarriage?

For many couples, miscarriage can be a truly devastating and scarring experience, especially if they’ve been trying to conceive for some time. If a miscarriage occurs later on in pregnancy, it can be especially troublesome. By that point, the woman has probably already felt her baby moving quite a bit, and it can take time

Progesterone and Miscarriage

Miscarriage can be a fairly devastating event for a couple, especially if they’ve been trying to conceive for some time. What makes matters worse is that it’s often not readily apparent what caused the miscarriage. This means that there are often feelings of guilt or responsibility, in addition to the normal feelings of loss that


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