Sunday, March 26, 2006

£10 to Stop Recurrent Miscarriage Heartache

THEY could be snaps from any family album, proud mums cuddling their kids.
But few could imagine the heartache these four mothers have had to endure.
Between them, they have suffered 25 miscarriages — tragedies which could have been prevented with a simple blood test costing just £10.
Angela Steward, Emma Cravitz, Louise Weston and Samantha Kunz have all got Hughes Syndrome, the most common cause of recurrent miscarriage.
Yet once identified it can be treated with aspirin.
Hughes Syndrome makes blood sticky and can trigger clots in the placenta, restricting blood flow to the baby.

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The study: Anticoagulants for the treatment of recurrent pregnancy loss in women without antiphospholipid syndrome

1 comment:

nikole said...

Thanks for posting this. Especaially in light of my recent news that my anticardiolipin levels are elevated. I'm looking for all of the info I can find!

Nikole at babylust