Can fighting lead to a miscarriage
A:It depends on if it was a physical fight. It usually takes quite a bit of stress and over a period of time to cause a miscarriage. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-fighting-lead-to-a-miscarriage ]
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- Can fighting lead to a miscarriage
- It depends on if it was a physical fight. It usually takes quite a bit of stress and over a period of time to cause a miscarriage.
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