Early Pregnancy Loss

Early pregnancy loss is characterized as a nonviable, intrauterine pregnancy with either an exhaust gestational sac or a gestational sac containing a developing embryo or fetus without fetal heart movement inside the initial 12 6/7 weeks of gestation. In the first trimester, the terms miscarriage, spontaneous abortion, and early pregnancy loss are used interchangeably, and there is no consensus on terminology in the literature.

Early pregnancy loss is common, happening in 10% of all clinically perceived pregnancies. Around 80% of all instances of pregnancy loss happen within the first trimester.

  • Intrauterine Pregnancy
  • Embryo
  • Miscarriage

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