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The role of Inherited Blood Coagulation Disorders in Recurrent Miscarriage Syndrome

Asaad Ma. Babker.

Abstract
Pregnancy is a complicated physiological process that might lead to negative outcomes and could threaten the women`s life or the fetus. Miscarriage is a common occurrence in the life cycle of the woman. Exactly how common this experience is not known exactly. Current literature suggests that the cause of RM is only identifiable in up to 40%-50% of cases. Improvement of pregnancy outcome is considered as an important area of action for those concerned with the improvement of women’s health and pregnancy outcome. Exploring the relation between blood coagulation mutations with recurrent miscarriages is a challenge. This is due to the fact that recurrent miscarriages are with multiple etiologies, where genetic factors are considered one of those etiologies. Advances technology in molecular genetics provides an accurate and reliable tool to precisely study the genetic abnormalities associated with many diseases. Several studies identified inherited blood coagulation disorders as the principal cause of recurrent miscarriage syndrome. In this review we briefly address the role of inherited blood coagulation disorders in pregnancy and conclude that patients with recurrent miscarriage should be evaluated for clotting disorders, even in the absence of clinical signs because there were some studies concluded that many positive hemophilic causatives finding without any clinical signs .This evaluation may be useful in the Improvement of gynecological care of women with recurrent pregnancy loss and accurate knowledge of all significant complications in these women regarding coagulation disorders and formulate a plan to diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.

Key words: Recurrent Miscarriage, Blood Coagulation, Pregnancy


 
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Asaad Ma. Babker. "The role of Inherited Blood Coagulation Disorders in Recurrent Miscarriage Syndrome." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 16-20. doi:10.22159/jcr.07.01.04



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