alexa Maternal Hypothyroidism and Pregnancy Loss

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Maternal Hypothyroidism and Pregnancy Loss

The majority of pregnancy losses happen prior to clinical detection. Set against this startlingly high background, unprompted loss of two pregnancies occurs in approximately 1% of pregnancies and loss of three or more pregnancies in 1 in 300 couples. Though isolated fetal aneuploidy is certainly etiologic in many pre-clinical and clinical losses, additional causes have been suggested.

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