Risk and Diagnosis of Miscarriage in Women
If a woman has had more than one miscarriage, she is diagnosed with recurrent miscarriage. Such cases of female reproductive dysfunction require particularly careful monitoring and treatment. It should not be forgotten that determining the causes of miscarriage is an important part of spontaneous abortion treatment.
Often, cases of miscarriage are associated with the state of health of not only women, but also men in a married couple. Even if one or both spouses have had children before, both are examined. All diagnostic methods applied to a man are prescribed by a urologist. The examination of a married couple includes equipment and laboratory tests, examination by medical professionals. Usually, during the diagnosis, consultations of specialist doctors are appointed, such as an endocrinologist, cardiologist, therapist.
Depending on the health status of the spouses and the presence of chronic or systemic diseases, additional examination methods may be required. Bronchial asthma, heart failure, kidney failure, diabetes mellitus, etc. Patients with serious systemic diseases, such as, should undergo a long examination, the results of which determine the probability and safety of pregnancy.
The purpose of diagnosing miscarriage is to identify all possible, even minor, factors that may affect the course of pregnancy. A comprehensive and complete examination will allow you to assess the state of health of both spouses, draw up a treatment plan for both or one spouse, prepare a woman for pregnancy and prevent future miscarriages.
Treatment of abortion Risk and Diagnosis of Miscarriage in Women
Treatment of miscarriage consists of several stages. After receiving the diagnostic results and identifying the causes of miscarriage, the attending physician draws up a plan for the gradual elimination of all causes in order of importance. Both conservative and surgical methods can be used for the treatment of detected diseases. Surgical methods are used only in extreme cases where drugs do not have the desired effect, for example; in the presence of large benign neoplasms, scars on the ovaries, damage to the genital organs, etc.
Medical conservative methods are used to treat hormonal imbalances, sexually transmitted diseases, menstrual irregularities and other disorders in the functioning of body systems. After eliminating all identified causes of miscarriage, both partners are re-examined to assess the success of the treatment. If the examination gave satisfactory results, the attending physician proceeds to the next stage.
Pregnancy preparations begin when both partners are healthy. According to the decision of the specialist doctor, this stage can last between 3 and 6 months, depending on the individual characteristics of the couple.
Preparation for pregnancy includes: a systematic visit to the doctor, individually selected procedures and activities, diet, medications and vitamins (if necessary). For each woman, the gynecologist develops an individual training plan, the purpose of which is to consolidate the therapeutic effect, prepare the female body for pregnancy and prevent miscarriage in the future. The final stage of miscarriage treatment is the management of pregnancy: systematic observation of a doctor, if necessary, procedures and measures are prescribed to preserve the pregnancy and prevent miscarriage.