What is it?
When you lose a pregnancy at any point in the first 23 weeks, it’s called a “miscarriage”. When this happens for three or more times, it’s called “recurrent miscarriage”. 1 in every 100 women experiences recurrent miscarriages.
Why does it happen?
There are a number of reasons why recurrent pregnancy loss happens. Here are some:
What can be done?
Identifying the reasons behind recurrent miscarriages is not easy; it cannot always be found. Taking basic precautionary measures and consulting the right doctor is the best option.
Of course, if any reason is found, it must be treated before or during the pregnancy, at the earliest. It could increase the chances of a healthy birth.