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Sunday, 16 September 2012

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1. Anticardiolipin antibody syndrome
Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome is a disorder of coagulation, which causes blood clots. Women with high levels of anticardiolipin antibodies has a high risk of miscarriage. There are several types of such antibodies but the Ig G type is the one that correlates the most with pregnancy loss. It is said that intakes of low dose of aspirin or blood thinner will help to avert the problem. Make sure you check your antibody every eight weeks to prevent early miscarry.

2. Antinuclear antibody
Antinuclear antibody is antibody directed against contents of the cell nucleus leading to miscarriage.

3. Aniphospholipid antibody
It is defined as a condition in which a class of protein attacks an early development of pregnancy.

4. Anembryonic pregnancy
Anembryonic pregnancy also known as blighted ovum, it happens when a fertilized egg attached itself to the uterine wall, but the embryo does not develop. Woman with anembryonic pregnancy
also experiencing the hormone change likes other normal pregnancy and it won't be discovered until ultra sound is performed.

5. Cervical incompetence
Cervical incompetence is a medical condition in which a pregnant woman's cervix become weak and begins to widen and thin before her pregnancy has reached full term.

6. Ectopic pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy is a abnormal pregnancy in which the fertilized egg is developed in tissue other than the uterine wall.