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Many women have experienced habitual abortion, or what is known crosswise as abortion repetition. It is known as well to the loss of three or more pregnancies, consecutively, before the completion of 20 weeks of gestation. However, the World Health Organization, includes those women who have submitted five losses, not consecutive but with fetuses weighing less than 500 grams.

This definition varies in some cases where co-factors such as:

  • Age of the woman.
  • Problems of reproduction.
  • Disease.
  • Infertility (male or female).

When we talk about spontaneous abortion, statistics handle an incidence of 12% of cases in the population of the world, however; according to medical records, the frequency of repeated abortions is situated in the 5% of couples who wish to be parents.

Abortion repetition What are the main causes?

Although there are numerous encyclopedias and thesis of the foundational questions of the abortion of repetition, these theories are not at all correlated with the cause-and-effect of this problem, most are associated simply with the infertility.

The causes that are accepted and are directly related to the abortion of repetition are:

Genetic alterations: Are the anomalies inherited or acquired that are detected in any of the members of the couple.

  • Hormonal (diabetes or thyroid disorder).
  • Uterine (septum uterine).
  • Chromosomal abnormalities.

Antiphospholipid syndrome: Is defined as the disturbance or alteration in the immune system that attacks or affects the blood's proteins.

  • Blood clots in the arteries, veins, and organs.
  • Autoimmune diseases.
  • Antibodies antizona pellucida.
  • ABO incompatibility.
  • Antibodies antiesperm├íticos.
  • Deficits of factors serum blockers.

Anatomical abnormalities of the uterus: In such cases it is difficult the passage of sperm. These malformations have a high incidence, it is even responsible for 15% of the cases of abortion.

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  • Fibroids.
  • Malformations.
  • Alterations of the vascularization.
  • Cervical insufficiency.
  • Anomalies of the static
  • Hypoplasia.

It is important to note that, only in 50% of cases is achieved an accurate diagnosis, it is for this reason that treatments are performed in empirical because they usually do not have the complete information for a targeted treatment or specific.


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