Pregnancy Losses Are Most Commonly Chromosomally Abnormal

Pregnancy Losses Are Most Commonly Chromosomally Abnormal

Approximately 60% to 70% of pregnancy losses are most commonly chromosomally abnormal, whether as an isolated event (one) or recurrent which is considered to be two or more consecutive losses. What are the most common chromosome abnormalities that cause miscarriage? The most common chromosomal abnormality is Trisomy 16 which occurs in 26% of losses. Trisomy […]

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Recurrent Implantation Failure: Why Me?

Implantation of the embryos depends upon on a well-developing embryo and a synchronous healthy endometrium. It seems deceptively simple. However, for such success to manifest, a highly-organized and amazingly intricate web of molecular interactions must first occur. When pregnancy does not occur, our inclination is to look for both an answer and for a correction. […]

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