Our expert says:
Due consideration should be given to the possibility of genetic disorders, as a high percentage of recurrent miscarriages at that stage in pregnancy are genetically linked.
It may be necessary to do chromosomal analysis on both you and your partner, although these tests are expensive and do not always prove to be clinically relevant.
Genetically testing embryos may be an option, but is also expensive and one also needs to know which specific chromosomal abnormalities need to be tested. However there is increasing evidence that this may prove to be of significant benefit in the future.
In addition using low dose cortisone may be also valuable in selected cases such as in your instance.
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