late miscarriage


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late miscarriage

A miscarriage that occurs after 10 weeks of pregnancy.
See also: miscarriage
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05), but decreases in the rates of late miscarriage, PROM and puerperal pyrexia in patients with abnormal vaginal flora who were given treatment were not significant (p>0.
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.
Mrs Molloy, aged 29, had previously suffered a late miscarriage and was defined as an 'at risk' patient.
Melanie gave birth to Tommy after complications during pregnancy led to a late miscarriage.
They face a fivefold increased risk of late miscarriage in the second trimester, he said.
Now, after 17 scans and months of worry over the risks - which can include late miscarriage, premature delivery and bleeding in pregnancy - she finally has baby Grace, with her project manager partner Paul Herridge, 41.
But as long as the woman has not had a very late miscarriage or has been ill or had an infection, as long as she's physically recovered and emotionally ready, those are the only issues that make a difference.
Of those with the rogue gene who'd had a late miscarriage, only 11 per cent went on to have a live birth, compared to 48.
A few weeks ago, my friend had a late miscarriage at five months, and since then she hasn't been dealing with it very well and has kind of gone off the rails.
PLAYA HERRADURA, COSTA RICA --Clindamycin use was associated with a significant reduction in the rates of late miscarriage and preterm birth in women with asymptomatic abnormal vaginal flora or bacterial vaginosis in a randomized, controlled study in a general obstetric population.