Asked in Health, Miscarriages
What increases the chances of a miscarriage?
The chances of having a miscarriage are increased by things like: * smoking * multiple pregnancies (twins, triplets, etc.) * infections (bacteria, virus, etc.) * exposure to toxins * disease in the mother (unmonitored diabetes, cancer, etc.) ...
Asked in Health, Miscarriages
What are your chances of miscarriage if you have had a miscarriage before?
Your chance of miscarriage does not increase after having one. It is very common for women to have one miscarriage, about 1 in 4 of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. ...
Asked in Miscarriages
What are the consequences if you get pregnant a week after you have a miscarriage?
Nothing. It's safe and you have the same chances as before for keeping it or having a miscarriage. ...
Asked in Intrauterine Devices (IUDs)
What are the chances of miscarriage if you're pregnant on the IUD?
There is an approximately 30% chance of a miscarriage after removal of an IUD in a pregnant patient. ...
Asked in Marijuana
If you smoke weed will it increase your chances of miscarriage?
Smoking marijuana around the time of conception and in the early stages of pregnancy can increase the chances of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, a new study has found. ...
What are the chances that you can conceive again three months after having a miscarriage?
Chances are very good.. They say that something like 75% of women who have a miscarriage go on to have healthy, normal pregnancies. Check out this article on trying to conceive after a miscarriage: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.html ...
What are your chances of carrying a full term pregnancy at 40 and having had 5 abortions in the last 20 years?
I am not sure of what the exact figures, but my mother had a baby at 42, and has had a miscarriage before. She had three children before that as well. ...
Asked in Genealogy
My grandmothers sister had twins what are my chances?
Overall chances of your having twins are about 3.2%. According to several sources, here are some factors in increasing your chances of having twins: You are over 45 (17% of women over 45 have twins). You have twins in your family on your mom's side (17%). You are African-American. You have been pregnant before. You have had twins before (12%). You are undergoing fertility treatment. You are overweight. You are tall. ...
Asked in The Sims Video Games
Can you have babies on the sims three and if so what are the chances of yiu getting twins?
yes, you can have babies, but the chances of having twins or tripplets isn't very high ...
Asked in Clomid
Can taking Clomid increase your chances of conceiving identical twins?
No, however it can increase your chances of having fraternal (non-identical) twins by as much as 1 in 5! No, however it can increase your chances of having fraternal (non-identical) twins by as much as 1 in 5! ...
Asked in Miscarriages, Spotting While Pregnant
If you conceive 4 weeks after a miscarriage and are still bleeding from it what are the chances of carrying that pregnancy to full term?
Hi, congrats if you are pregnant again. My mum miscarried and then caught with me in the same month and I'm here, so I think there is a very good chance of carrying the baby to full term. Good luck ...
Asked in Pregnancy, Genetics
What is your chances of having twins if you are a female fraternal one?
If You Are A Twin (Or Have Twins In Your Family): If you are a fraternal twin, you have a 1 in 17 Chance of having twins. If you are identical, it doesn't affect your chances, and they remain from 1 in anywhere from 38 - 90, depending on if fertility drugs are used or not. If your mother is a fraternal twin, you may have a higher than average chance of twins. If you father is a twin, it doesn't...