What is the probability of a woman suffered a miscarriage to have a normal pregnancy next time?
- LizBLv 74 weeks ago
Depends on the cause of the miscarriage. Most miscarriages are the result of random chromosomal abnormalities, which can happen to anyone at any reproductive age (though it's more common when parents are older). But if either partner carries inheritable genetic conditions that increase risk of genetic abnormalities which can result in miscarriage, then the risk will be higher. In *very* rare cases couples may have immunity incompatibilities that will make it difficult or even impossible to successfully conceive a healthy child. How frequent this is is unknown since it's an area of reproductive medicine still being studied, but it really is quite rare.
- EdnaLv 74 weeks ago
The probability that a woman who suffered a miscarriage will have a normal pregnancy next time and deliver a full-term, healthy baby is excellent.
A miscarriage usually comes about when a pregnant woman's body senses that there is something "wrong" or "abnormal" with the fetus, so her body spontaneously aborts (miscarries) the fetus.
- JuanaLv 44 weeks ago
Very high. I had a normal pregnancy after a miscarriage. Often miscarriages mean nothing other than the pregnancy was not viable for whatever reason. Usually nothing to do with the woman.
- Tri-HarderLv 74 weeks ago
Depends on the reason for her miscarriage, how far along she was, how she healed, etc.
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- Suzy QLv 74 weeks ago
The same as the probability of a woman who has never miscarried having a normal pregnancy.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Very high according to my doctors. Most women have at least one miscarriage. Many assume it is just a late period.
- MissALv 74 weeks ago
Same as it was if she hadn’t had a previous miscarriage... somewhere around 80%. A single miscarriage doesn’t change her odds at all.
- JinglesLv 74 weeks ago