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Negligent doctors asked to cough up 3 lakhs for death of patient

...the early stages of her pregnancy as she had had a miscarriage once. She was admitted to Samad Hospital on April 25,1996, on the advice of the doctor for proper care. The doctor advised that sutures be made at the opening of the uterus to prevent an abortion and she was taken to the operation theatre at 0600 hr...

Obesity raises IVF miscarriage risk

...etween 30 and 35-obese but not grossly obese had a miscarriage rate after fertility treatment of 27%. Those with a BMI of over 35 miscarried in 34% of the cases. This equates approximately to 50% increased risk among the lower weight group, and a doubled risk among the most obese patients. Professor Norman spe...

Strong pain killers likely to cause miscarriage

...s of another NSAID, aspirin, is used in preventing miscarriage in a small group of women who have an immune disease which blocks implantation.With this low dose, very little gets into the general circulation. Most of it goes into the liver," said Dr. Illingworth, he suggested a more detailed study on this....

Cigerettes unsafe during pregnancy

...bles the risk of having a low birth weight baby, a miscarriage or a pre-term birth, and triples the rate of SIDS - and if women are not able to give up entirely, they need to cut their smoking by half to achieve any benefit for themselves and their baby. "Educating people on how their babies should sleep has re...

Miscarriage during pregnancy and heart disease linked

...ical Journal has reported that women who had had a miscarriage were more at risk of heart disease later in life t...igible for the study. Nearly 12,000 had suffered a miscarriage or repeated miscarriages. Then, during 1981 to 1999, the researchers used hospital discharge and dea...

Painkillers may raise miscarriage risk

...-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) increased the risk of miscarriage by 80 percent. The risk was much higher when NSAIDs were taken close to the time of conception. Paracetamol, aspirin, and other NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, all suppress fatty acids which are needed for the successful implantation of an embryo in the w...

Painkillers Increase Risk of Miscarriage

...e of NSAIDs during pregnancy increased the risk of miscarriage by 80 percent. The risk for miscarriage was especially high if the NSAIDs were taken around the time of conception or were used regularly fo...

Low Protein Levels A Possible Indicator For A Miscarriage

...ge. Currently there are no treatments to prevent a miscarriage and no markers to identify women at high risk for ...say in most cases low MIC1 concentrations preceded miscarriage by several weeks. Researchers say, while it is tempting to speculate that changes in MIC1 is part ...

The Link Between Breast Cancer and Aborted Pregnancy Questioned

...ancer was .98 for women whose pregnancies ended in miscarriage and .93 for women who had a pregnancy that ended as an induced abortion. A relative risk of 1.0 or less indicates no adverse effect on the subsequent risk of breast cancer. The number of abortions was also not associated with any change in breast can...

Effectiveness Of Infertility Treatments Questioned

...atural killer cell testing to women with recurrent miscarriage or infertility....

Fresh warnings to doctors regarding abortion pill

...ance of a successful pregnancy after a spontaneous miscarriage is very good. For more information read: http://www.medindia.net/Patients/ PatientInfo/miscarriage.asp Information on Home Pregnancy Test: A home pregnancy test is a test done to find out if your are pregnant or not in the relative comforts of ...

Naturally Occurring Hormone Can Lead To Miscarriage

...s showed affected mothers had an increased rate of miscarriage or a higher chance of having an underdeveloped child if they carried their baby to term. Thus researchers say their data shows, for the first time in humans, that high levels of thyroid hormone can exert a direct toxic effect on fetal development. R...

Medical Management Now Available For Miscarriage

Until recently, if a woman had a miscarriage early in her pregnancy, a surgery was often necessary to remove any remaining fetal tissue. A new drug misoprostol may now be an option after pregnancy loss. Miscarriage occurs in at least 10 percent // of pregnancies, often between seven and 12 wee...

DNA Identity Mix-Up In Bone Marrow Donors, And Miscarriages Of Justice Involved

...ple undergo bone marrow transplants, the risk of a miscarriage of justice increases. Until recently, bone marrow transplants involved destroying the patient's own bone marrow. In such cases their blood will contain the DNA profile of the donor alone. But some treatments in recent years, such as therapies to tre...

Induced abortion results in years of trauma.

...men from the Buskerud Hospital in Drammen, who had miscarriage (40) and induced abortions (80).They were asked to...wo years and five years after induced abortion and miscarriage respectively. The questionnaire mainly had questions about the event, their feelings, the strain, ...

Abortions does not increase risk of breast cancer

...eported in The Lancet, that pregnancies leading to miscarriage or induced abortions does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer and even the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) has reported that there is no correlated link between pregnancy, abortion and breast cancer. Brind does not agree data, whic...

Early Miscarriage Common In Women Under Stress

...nts aged between 18 and 34 years, the incidence of miscarriage was as high as 90% in women with elevated levels of cortisol in comparison to 33% miscarriage among women with normal hormone levels. It is believed that high cortisol levels may signal the body...

Immune-Boosting Therapies Of No Use In Preventing Miscarriage

...mmune-boosting therapies do not reduce the risk of miscarriage in pregnant women. //The cause for miscarriage is not yet clear, but reserachers believe it happens due to attack by foreign cells on the fetus. ...

Caffeine Content In Beverages To Be Identified By Home Test Kit

...ease in caffeine consumption with a higher risk of miscarriage among pregnant women. For years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has specifically advised pregnant women to avoid or limit their intake of caffeine. But the caffeine content of foods and beverages can be difficult for consumers to determine. ...

Take it if you can - Tough Times in Life Churn out Greenhorns

...amined included major personal illnesses/injuries, miscarriage (from the male and female perspective), difficulties at work (being fired/laid off), bullying at school, being a victim of crime (robbery, sexual violence), parental divorce, death of family member and others. 70% of the variation across people in ...

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