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29 July 2011

Miscarriage affects next pregnancy

Women whose first pregnancy ends in miscarriage face a higher risk of adverse outcomes in the next pregnancy, a new study shows.

Women whose first pregnancy ends in miscarriage face a higher risk of adverse outcomes in the next pregnancy, a new study shows.

Dr Weintraub and colleagues investigated whether a previous spontaneous miscarriage is associated with an increased rate of adverse pregnancy outcomes in the following pregnancy in 5,777 women with an initial miscarriage and 29,348 women without a miscarriage.

 
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