late miscarriage


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late miscarriage

A miscarriage that occurs after 10 weeks of pregnancy.
See also: miscarriage
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But over the next four years, their hopes would be shattered as the two nurses, formerly from Solihull, experienced stillborns, premature labour and late miscarriages.
She explained: "I guess it's a pretty private thing - but I did have quite a late miscarriage.
I also discovered that, the year before that, my mother suffered a very late miscarriage - almost a stillborn birth.
In the general population, treatment with clindamycin reduced the rate of late miscarriage and spontaneous preterm delivery by 10.
Mrs Molloy, aged 29, had previously suffered a late miscarriage and was defined as an 'at risk' patient.
In the latest, Leanne had a baby with Steve McDonald while Steve's wife Michelle, played by Kym Marsh, had a late miscarriage.
There were certain risks with this condition, including early or late miscarriage, premature or early labour, low birth weight and it's more likely you would need a Caesarean.
Nothing could have prepared Karl Allan, 20, and Toni Steele, 17, of Grangetown, for what they went through in February when Toni had a late miscarriage when their baby was born 17 weeks premature.
The presence of abnormal vaginal flora was associated with statistically significant increases in the rate of late miscarriage and preterm delivery.
Melanie gave birth to Tommy after complications during pregnancy led to a late miscarriage.
They face a five-fold increased risk of late miscarriage in the second trimester, he said.