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Marnie - August 27

According to certain statistics, percentage of possible miscarriage would vary depending on your stage and history. Share some statistics here that you know. It can help mothers like us understand the risk and avoid pregnancy loss.

 

Momskie - August 28

The first trimester has the bigger percentage of possible miscarriage compared to the second and third trimester. First trimester is the most risky part of pregnancy that each mother should take note of.

 

Joyce35 - August 28

Hi momskie, I am at my first trimester and what you posted made me worry. I'm 35 and I have a high risk to miscarry. I hope it will not happen to me. I'm crossing my fingers.

 

Momskie - August 28

Oh hi joyce, I did not mean to scare you. It does not really apply to every pregnant mother. It is true that the first trimester is when moms should be extra careful and at your age the risk is very common so you don't have to really worry about it. It is only a warning and more like a general procedure for moms at the later age of pregnancy. Be happy while your pregnant and don't think too much.

 

Stella_Peter - August 31

Every mother will have that possibility of having a miscarriage. For all pregnant women there is a 50% probability that they will miscarry at the early stage of pregnancy. So we have to be well informed on how to handle such.

 

Joyce35 - September 1

Hi again Momskie, that's ok don't worry about it. I'll be fine and thanks for your information Stella. I'm doing good at present and my doctor just assured me that I'll be safe for as long as I just follow her instructions and be a good girl. hehehe...

 

Stella_Peter - September 3

I'm happy for you Joyce and you are always welcome. I just learned that my case of miscarriage was very rare because I had it on the second trimester and only 1% probability that a mc will happen on the 2nd trimester.

 

GirlTalk - September 4

So, this means that as the baby grows the least possibility of being miscarried? This is a nice information. Mothers just have to be extra careful in the start. Wish I could just go directly to the second trimester.

 

Haylee-blair - September 4

Every pregnant women has 15% risk of having a miscarriage. When consecutive miscarriages arise specifically three miscarriages then the percentage increases to 20% risk of a pregnancy loss.

 

Marnie - September 4

GirlTalk- Exactly! As the baby grows the probability of a miscarriage drops. Like we said the risky part is the first stage of pregnancy. Don't worry you'll have your own time, hold on to it.

 

Nannywiz - October 1

I've read also that 40% or pregnancies detected by a blood tests end in mc and 25% detected by a fetal heart beat end in mc.

 

QString99 - October 1

Helpful posts here.

Do you have certain stat for ectopic pregnancy's possibility for another ectopic?

 

a n n a b e l l e - October 1

"Women with a history of tubal pregnancy do have a 10% chance of having it happen again, and although that number might sound high, that also means that there is a 90% chance it will not happen again."--- About.com

This I have read from about.com. Hope it helps.

 

QString99 - October 3

That is really helpful annabelle. Thanks for the info. So it would really have an effect for future pregnancies.

 

Emmie - November 26

Interesting to know these. Thanks!

 

HOPE - December 3

10 TO 75% OF CONCEPTIONS END UP WITH MISCARRIAGE. 10 TO 25% OF CLINICALLY RECOGNIZED PREGNANCIES END UP IN MISCARRIAGE.

 

bambi - December 3

"I've read also that 40% or pregnancies detected by a blood tests end in mc and 25% detected by a fetal heart beat end in mc."

What do you think is the explanation behind this?

 

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