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One discovery was that underweight women had a 72% increased risk of miscarrying in the first trimester, the first three months of pregnancy.
One discovery was that thin women had a 72 per cent increased risk of miscarrying in the first trimester, the first three months of pregnancy.
Karen (Suranne Jones) suffers stomach pains at a party and fears she is miscarrying.
Dr Arck's latest research prevented stressed mice from miscarrying by giving them an artificial version of progesterone.
Examination of levels of anxiety and depression across time revealed that women with a subsequent pregnancy showed an initial decline in symptoms from 2 weeks to 6 weeks but an increase in symptoms from 6 weeks to 6 months, relative to miscarrying women who did not have a subsequent pregnancy during the same time period.
The eight miscarrying women with OCD were recurrent cases, and the investigators theorized that pregnancy-related hormone changes might be involved in the onset or recurrence of OCD.
As things have evolved, the woman English got pregnant ended up miscarrying.
In 1981, Hershel Jick of Boston University and others studiedthe incidence of birth defects for 790 Seattle women who had filled prescriptions for spermicides fewer than 600 days before miscarrying or delivering a baby.