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Pregnancy After Miscarriage

Pregnancy after miscarriage is still possible, but if a woman has a vaginal verruca transmitted from a penile wart, it should be treated before getting pregnant. It is essential to improve maternal health and eliminate, if possible, causes that have led to prior losses (manage uterus abnormalities, balance hormone production, and infections). It is estimated that women with a history of miscarrying three times or more can still deliver a healthy child in 50% of cases. Pregnancy after miscarriage is still possible, but if a woman has a vaginal verruca transmitted from a penile wart, it should be treated before getting pregnant.

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Pregnancy After Miscarriage

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Verruca, Penile Wart

If a woman has experienced two or three natural abortions, tests should be done to reveal the cause. Prenatal providers usually recommend waiting some time before getting pregnant again. After a woman has had a fetus loss, her chances to get pregnant again and carry the baby to term are still good. Pregnancy after miscarriage is still possible, but if a woman has a vaginal verruca transmitted from a penile wart, it should be treated before getting pregnant.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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