Can you have a miscarriage because of chlamydia
A:Some studies have linked chlamydia to an increased risk of miscarriage, although other studies found no connection. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-have-a-miscarriage-because-of-chlamydia ]
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- Can you have a miscarriage because of chlamydia
- Some studies have linked chlamydia to an increased risk of miscarriage , although other studies found no connection. ChaCha!
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- Treatment for chlamydia is making me ill,will i still get pregnant!!!!?
- Q: Hi there ive been trying to concieve now for 3 years, my partner and i have been together for 4 years, i have had 2 miscarriages, because of my problems trying to get pregnant my doctor advised me to get a full health check at a sexual health clinic just to rule it out, to my shock my partner and i tested positive for chlamydia, no wonder i was having problems! Because i am a pregnancy risk i have been given erythromycin and im taking a high dose of it,2 tablets 4 times a day for 7 days,its making me ill, i know it does make you ill but is there any thing i can do to help the sickness and make it alot more bearable? Also ive had chlamydia for a long time without knowing, has anybody else had it for a long time and still concieved?
- A: You are doing the right thing in tolerating the nausea from the stomach irritation the erytromycin causes.Yes, chlamydia can cause infertility:Chlamydia can cause infertilityIn women, untreated infection can spread into the fallopian tubes and cause the tubes to become blocked at the very ends. Thi is known as hydrosalpinx. They can also develop scar tissue around the fallopian tubes that makes it more difficult for the tube to "pick up" the egg at the time of ovulation. The problems can lead to infertility and an increased risk for ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Distal tubal obstruction can be detected by performing a hysterosalpingogram. Pelvic adhesions, however, can only be detected by undergoing a surgical procedure to look inside of the abdominal cavity. This is usuaully done using a technique called laparoscopy where a fiber optic telescope is inserted through the belly button under general anesthesia. Since laparoscopy is a much more invasive procedure, it is desirable to avoid it whenever possible.
- What are the chances of having a miscarriage at 14 weeks?
- Q: This is my first time being pregnant; I'm only 17. I haven't had any bleeding since before I found out I was pregnant, & it only happened once. I was told that is normal though. I have a book to read that clarified this, so I'm not worried about that anymore.I eat really healthy, but I still get morning sickness daily. I take prenatal vitamins everyday, but I haven't got out much in the last few days because I've been so sick. I quit smoking & no one in my house is a smoker; I don't do any drugs. I stay away from everything. I'm doing what I can, but I'm starting to get lots of pain in my lower abdomen. My lower back is starting to hurt as well... It comes & goes. Today I had particularly sharp pains. Is this normal?What are the chances of something happening this far along? I just need to know so I can stop worrying... I know you can get a miscarriage at any time during pregnancy, but what are the chances after 14 weeks?I have chlamydia at the moment, but the doctor said it hasn't moved past my cervix & I'm treating it with penicillin. I'm also treating a yeast infection. I'm not sure if these things would cause pains...
- A: Stomach pains are normal and is using the baby just stretching it to make room.The chance of having a miscarriage at 14 weeks is about 1% (so 1 in 100)
- Womans Clinic.....Testing.....?
- Q: We have a womans clinic downtown....all women can go there and get pap smears etc.....I wanted to get checked for a number of things because i've had 2 miscarriages....I do have a gyno but the wait for her is about 2 weeks and 3 hours in the waiting room......the womans clinic does the same stuff and you barely have to wait....i was just wondring if anyone knew if they would check for :Bacteria Vaginosis?PCOS?Edometriosis?Syphilis?Gonorrhea?Pelvic Imflammitory Disease?Chlamydia?My Progesterone Levels???& Polycystic Ovary Syndrome???Thanks!
- A: you've had 2 miscarriages. you are a high risk pregnancy. you really need to see your gyno. instead of the free clinic. there is only so much they can do at the clinic. your doctor can do so much more for you.normally the clinics (where i live, anyway) won't test for these things if you have insurance and can go to the doctor to get it checked.you can give them a call and ask what they will and won't check for. (make sure you ask what they won't check so you know)
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