The fundamental reason for this happening is when the developing embryo has some chance chromosomal aberration. A miscarriage is something that no one wants but can happen at will no matter what people do for care and other precautions during pregnancy. Other causes include some hard physical activities or falls, and perhaps some chemicals that have been ingested by a female during pregnancy.
This is the exact opposite of a planned stoppage of the gestation period or abortion, when a mother or any authority decides that the baby should not be brought to term. For the accidental event, there are always circumstances that were unthought of. It is more tragic when doctors or the hospital is not able to stop it from happening or unable to save the baby from death.
There are several relevant symptoms to watch out for, and when these are detected earlier, there is always a possibility that the baby can be saved. The woman is not the one to blame under these circumstances when and no other factors are involved. And the causes will not be for something trivial like an extra cup of coffee or drink, sex during pregnancy or some light to moderate exercise.
Items that puts a baby in the womb at risk are often related to the behavior of a mother. This is when she is in contact or behaving with certain risk factors. The most dangerous of these are the use of drugs, a smoking habit and constant and excessive drinking.
There are also some inadvertent risk factors that can harm a baby without his or her mother knowing it. These can be things like trauma incurred during a car crash, or the presence of Listeria, a bacteria sometimes found in raw eggs, unpasteurized dairy products and undercooked meat.
Some items connected to personal health will also apply. There are times when a mother needs to have certain chemical compounds checked, because a low supply of these might lead to fetal death. More common factors like the advanced age of a mother, and certain infectious diseases also apply.
Whenever the first signs of something that can lead to the untimely death of a child being carried in the womb occur, it is best to have them checked. A pregnant woman and her spouse should not leave anything to chance. The symptoms are spotting, constant cramps, back pain, the non occurrence of pregnancy signs like vomiting or nausea, and the passage of fleshy material from the womb.
Being in consultation with a good obstetrician or gynecologist is a must. They should be the most important monitors for health issues for the mother as well give advice on how to avoid other factors. A pregnant woman can also undergo a series of programs that are good for safe pregnancies and preventive methods that apply.
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