Spontaneous Abortion and Miscarriage
Miscarriage, also known as accidental abortion or loss of pregnancy, happens when an embryo or foetus dies naturally. Spontaneous abortion occurs when a foetus dies or the results of conception pass into the uterus before the 20th week of pregnancy. Vaginal bleeding without cervical dilation that occurs during pregnancy indicates that spontaneous abortions may occur in a woman is known as threatened abortion. Medical criteria and ultrasonography are used to make the diagnosis. To stop abortion, safe sexual encounters should be had. Vaginal bleeding without cervical dilation leads to spontaneous abortions, which is known as threatened abortion. To stop abortion, treatment and safety measures should be taken.
- Track 1-1 Chromosomal abnormalities
- Track 2-2 Influence of RH factor
- Track 3-3 Diagnosis and treatment
- Track 4-4 Other factors