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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Recurrent pregnancy loss is heartbreaking for the couple who are trying to have a healthy baby. Conception seems to happen relatively easily, but the pregnancy does not develop normally.

Why do women have recurrent pregnancy loss?

There are several reasons women may have recurrent pregnancy loss. They include:

  • Hormonal imbalance – these can sometimes be corrected with hormonal therapies like progesterone to help the developing pregnancy.
  • Uterine structural conditions – there may be a structural problem in the uterus that prevents pregnancies from developing naturally. Our physicians may be able to correct these surgically.

You can find a doctorrequest an appointment or call us at (410) 997-0580.


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Please call 410-458-4869.

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