Our expert says:
Fortunately once rubella has been contracted and antibodies have been produced this confers life long immunity. Hence the chances of repeat rubella infections in subsequent pregnancies are minimised or near zero. Therefore it is unlikely that congenital rubella or that rubella acquired in the previous pregnancy had anything to do with the miscarriage subsequently. Therefore other causes of miscarriages need to be investigated for.
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