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Is Miscarriage linked to Mother's age?
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Actually not all miscarriages is linked to mother's age as miscarriage has to do with the loss of a foetus before the twentieth week of pregnancy. Most medical experts term miscarriage to be spontaneous abortion. This doesn't means that it is a direct abortion which we are very familiar with. It differs because miscarriage isn't an intended act of abortion because it mostly occurs due to some psychological, health and sometimes spiritual effects has stated by most religious scholars.

A source from March of dimes stated that most women approximately of about 50% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage -- most often before a woman misses a menstrual period or even knows she is pregnant. About 15-25% of recognized pregnancies will end in a miscarriage. More than 80% of miscarriages occur within the first three months of pregnancy. Miscarriages are less likely to occur after 20 weeks gestation; these are termed late miscarriages.

There are symptoms or signs that may likely occur as a result of miscarriage. If you experience one of this symptoms, you don't have to conclude blindly that you are infected. It's just advisable to visit a doctor or health practitioner and explain your problem. These are the below symptoms that may likely to occur ;

- Fever

- Back Pain

- Body Weakness

- Continuous Bleeding

- Severe Cramps

- Fainting

What are the causes of miscarriages?

There are lots of factors that can lead to miscarriage. It is not only linked to a mother's age as there are some other features that could lead to miscarriages which are listed below ;

- Infection

- Diabetes or Thyroid Disease

- Hormone Problems

- Immune System Responses

-Physical Problems In The Woman

- Uterine Abnormalities

- Old Age (above 35)

I suggest you can read more via the link below

https://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-miscarriage

Thanks for reading and I hope this helps.

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Am not so very sure about this but truth is that she has a lot to do with child bearing,I learnt that the younger,the better in terms of having complications.

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Although mother's age could be one factor to miscarriage, there are many other factors which lead to miscarriage such as, if the mother herself was born small or as premature, if there already have been pregnancy complication in mother, if the mother has diabetes, if she already had a preterm delivery etc.

Further, the above are the probabilities which increases the chances of miscarriage and the miscarriage in itself is a very complicated phenomena. So it would be wrong to pin point only mother's age to be a factor in miscarriage issues. However as per the statistics, the number miscarriages are higher in aged women as compared to younger ones.

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