Miscarriage: how to estimate that the risk is zero?

Miscarriage: how to estimate that the risk is zero?



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From what time during the pregnancy can we consider that the risk of miscarriage is zero? The video response of Dr. Anne De Kervasdoué, gynecologist.

You can always have a miscarriage. Up to 3 months, even 4 months, alas. But it becomes more and more rare as time goes by. Let's say that the maximum of miscarriages is between 6 and 8 weeks of amenorrhea. That is, a month, a month and a half of pregnancy. This is where the majority of miscarriages occur because most often due to an anomaly initially, the egg. So there is an abnormality of the egg or the corpus luteum is insufficient or there has been an infection ... There is something that has made that ... or a chromosomal anomaly, it is very very common. And at that time, the miscarriage is very early.
On the other hand, when the miscarriage is too late, after three months, the causes are totally different. There, it can be a mechanical problem, it can be a much more complex problem or infection, but we will talk about the most common things ... And in these cases, we must do more specific studies.