Many times you will hear different things which cause and do not cause miscarriage. Well, many myths revolve around this topic. Ideally, you should seek help from the best fertility doctor to get the right answers. Read this guide, as our doctor as debunked the top myths about miscarriage.
People undergoing fertility treatment when visit our IVF centreSome Myths About Miscarriage Debunked often ask questions related to miscarriage. To make patients aware of this topic, our fertility experts have debunked some of the top myths about miscarriage which includes:
Claim: Elective Abortion is linked with risk of Miscarriage
Many studies have shown that women are at an increased risk of miscarriage due to elective abortion. But, the evidence is mixed and there is no theoretical evidence that showed that elective abortion causes miscarriage. One of the studies was done on elective medical abortion which is done through medications, not surgery has not to link with miscarriage.
Claim: Stress increase the Risk of Miscarriage
Some of the evidence claimed that stress can increase miscarriage risk. There has been a link found between the stress and miscarriage but it does not prove that stress is the cause of miscarriage.
Well, the exact answer is still unknown. No doubt, stress is a very common part of our everyday lives. When the stress-related hormones increased in the body it can increase the risk of miscarriage. Certainly, any kind of stress is not good for your health.
Claim: Aspirin Increases the Risk of Miscarriage
Some of the evidence claims that taking aspirin can also increase the risk of miscarriage. However, the women with recurrent miscarriage because of clotting disorder can be prescribed low-dose of aspirin to reduce the risk of miscarriage.
But, some studies have shown that taking aspirin during early pregnancy increases the chances of miscarriage. So, you mustn’t take any medication without consulting the doctor.
Claim: While nursing, if you get pregnant, chances of miscarriage increases
Well, there is no such evidence that shows that miscarriage can increase the risk of miscarriage. So, it means you can continue breastfeeding during pregnancy without any problem.
Claim: Hoth bath increase risk of Miscarriage
Hot Baths can increase the risk of miscarriage. During the early trimester, the risk of miscarriage is doubled and it increases further with time. The problem is that it increases overall body temperature which is linked to neural tube defects. So, it is important to make sure that your body temperature does not increase by 101 degrees F.
Claim: Birth control pills increase the Risk of Miscarriage
Consumption of birth control medications a few days of intercourse can work as a contraceptive but there is no evidence that it results in miscarriage.
If you are facing any problem during your pregnancy, then visit our fertility doctor to get a better understanding of your condition.