If a miscarriage is about to occur, usually you canât prevent it. However, you may be able to decrease your chances of having a miscarriage in a future pregnancy by taking good care of yourself, eating a healthy diet, taking folic acid supplements, exercising regularly and avoiding alcohol or smoking.
If you have had several miscarriages in a row, your doctor may recommend that you and your partner undergo genetic testing, tests such as ultrasound, a camera inspection of the...Read more
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Physicians have known for years that women who have more to term pregnancies appear to be somewhat protected against developing breast cancer. Women... Read more »
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