Miscarriages are never easy to deal with and many women end up blaming themselves. The reality, however, is that most early pregnancy losses are linked to natural causes like chromosomal abnormalities. Underlying maternal health problems and lifestyle factors may also cause miscarriage though these do not make up the bulk of cases.
Preterm birth can be caused by conditions like preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome. Early uterine contractions or having twins (or more) may also induce early delivery. If you have a family history of preemies or have had one before, your risk increases. It’s also likely if you’re a teenager, over 40, have chronic stress, drink alcohol, or smoke cigarettes. Wait at least 18 months to prevent premature birth.
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