Many women miscarry, as many as one in four, but it is usually a one off and they will go on to have a healthy baby. Providing you don't keep miscarrying (and there are many reasons for this beside a chromosomal abnormality) don't worry about it. If you do repeatedly miscarry you may be referred for genetic testing, but that is just one of the tests which will be done.
The most common cause of miscarriage is genetic (or chromosome) defects in the baby. This means that the baby was not developing properly and would have had severe problems with abnormalities after birth. According to people who do research on these things, lots of women have what they thought was a late period, but really was a very early miscarriage.
Murray Feingold has written: 'Normal values for selected physical parameters' -- subject(s): Genetic Technics, Genetic aspects, Genetic aspects of Human abnormalities, Genetic counseling, Human Abnormalities, Syndrome 'Genetics and birth defects in clinical practice' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Human Abnormalities, Syndromes in children
William Curtis Farabee has written: 'Indian tribes of eastern Peru' -- subject(s): Indians of South America, Languages 'Inheritance of digital malformations in man' -- subject(s): Abnormalities, Human, Heredity, Human, Hand, Abnormalities, Genetic aspects, Human Heredity, Human Abnormalities, Genetic aspects of Human abnormalities
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