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At least 1 in 10 women worldwide experience miscarriage: study

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By Marlowe HOOD

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It’s more than that.

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"A new system is needed to ensure miscarriages are better recognized and women are given the physical and mental health care they need," the researchers said in a statement.

This is one of the reproductive problems that gets less attention in the world and it is extremely necessary that a better effort are made to treat it. Each case can have a very hard impact on the woman or the family that suffers it but for some reason it is usually treated as if it could just be ignored to go away on its own.

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I wonder if taking a flight makes miscarriage. It was my wife's first flight.

Nov - did during Ovulation

Dec - No period

Jan - First Flight and long flight, complicated short period

Feb to March - No period

April - black blood period

May - normal period

Also, some say (which is kind of believable according to stories) visiting stranger's house temple may occur miscarriage?

Its already 5 years, both under 40. Still no luck. I think i should go for Pilgrimage Journey and make a wish.

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I thought a main cause was that the fetus was not viable. I think pregnancy can be more likely if the father takes Vitamin C and zinc.

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Not everyone can get pregnant.If your destiny is not,it's not.

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This is one of the reproductive problems that gets less attention in the world and it is extremely necessary that a better effort are made to treat it. Each case can have a very hard impact on the woman or the family that suffers it but for some reason it is usually treated as if it could just be ignored to go away on its own.

Hospitals and doctors are especially bad about this; they just shrug their shoulders and say 'better luck next time'. Private clinics usually handle the situation with more tact.

However, I think the more it's openly discussed the less that people will be able to simply brush it aside as inconsequential.

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