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Talking about statistics
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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?

 

Emmie - 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?

In my own opinion, I think percentage is lower when you already have a heart beat because it is a higher stage of the development of the baby compare to the pregnancy detected through the blood test.

 

VANESSA - December 8

TRUE EMMIE BECAUSE AS PREGNANCY PROGRESSES THE RISK DECREASES.

 

Fishlette - December 16

Are these statistics reliable? I understand that it is based on conducted studies but how do they get such information so well?

 

--cristy-- - December 20

on my observation these statistics are reliable and sometimes accurate. these information are taken from not only just one study but various studies.

 

SassyMom - December 20

That is right cristy, that is why doctors are greatly benefited by these studies so as they can have a basis and can make necessary solution to their current patient's situation.

 

GeraldineFitcher - December 20

True but doctors should not rely on these statistics only because these studies are not happening in general. Each case is unique and should be taken into consideration rather than just depending on these statistics.

 

ginger - December 22

anybody have an idea about the probability that mothers will have to sacrifice their life in order for the baby to live?

 

NanciH - December 22

You mean the mother has to decide to give up her life or the baby will die upon giving birth?

 

JaneGirl - December 22

I think that is difficult to assess ginger and it is also very rare and broad case.

 

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