|RSA, definite as 2 or additional repeated pregnancy losses, disturbs about 2-3 of women attaining pregnancy. The experience takes a heavy emotional, physical and financial toll on patients and their families. Presently accepted testing for uterine anatomic abnormalities, Antiphospholipid antibodies (APA) and karyotypic abnormalities of the parents leave about 50% of RSA unexplained. The absence of pure causality and treatment to prevent recurrence episodes adds to the load of this diagnosis.
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