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Challenges and Hopes After Miscarriage: Dr. Nathan Zhang Talks about IVF-PGT

2024-04-02 17:29:17,visits: 92



Facing difficulties or challenges in the process of conception is a reality for many couples. For those who have experienced miscarriage, this challenge can be particularly daunting. Miscarriage not only poses a threat to physical health but may also cast a shadow on mental well-being. However, with the continuous advancement of medical technology, many couples can find hope and embark on a path towards successful conception.


Miscarriage refers to the situation where the embryo ceases to grow during the gestation process. Its causes are diverse and may involve genetic factors, hormonal imbalances, uterine structural abnormalities, among others. Although the symptoms of miscarriage vary from person to person, common manifestations include vaginal bleeding, dark red bloody discharge, and lower abdominal pain. Once these symptoms occur, prompt medical examination is necessary to ensure timely intervention and treatment.


For couples who have experienced miscarriage, the psychological burden often outweighs the physiological challenges. Especially for expectant mothers, miscarriage may become a psychological shadow that is difficult to dispel. However, as many experts have pointed out, miscarriage does not mean despair. At this time, the third-generation IVF-PGT technology in the United States has become a viable option.


Dr. Nathan Zhang, founder of IVF USA and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, pointed out that after miscarriage, one should undergo either induction or abortion, and consider other reproductive methods after a recovery period of 2-3 months. Miscarriage often indicates problems with ovarian quality or embryo chromosomes, thus increasing the risk of recurrent miscarriage for women who have experienced it. According to clinical data, the likelihood of another miscarriage after one episode is greater than 50%. However, the third-generation IVF-PGT technology can screen and select embryos through PGD/PGS techniques, eliminating chromosomal issues and increasing the probability of successful conception.


For couples who have experienced miscarriage, choosing IVF technology may offer hope. By conducting genetic testing and screening on embryos, abnormal embryos can be eliminated, reducing the risk of miscarriage. Although miscarriage imposes a heavy psychological burden, with the help of professional medical teams and advanced technology, many couples ultimately welcome their own babies.


In this process, IVF USA is willing to provide support and assistance. Our team has extensive experience and expertise, dedicated to providing the highest quality medical services to every patient. If you have any questions about IVF technology or reproduction, please feel free to contact us. Currently, IVF USA provides services such as American egg freezing, American IVF, and third-party assisted reproduction for those in need, with business expanded to Japan IVF and egg freezing, Thailand IVF and egg freezing, as well as Mexico, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other regions, collaborating closely with top IVF doctors worldwide. Let us join hands on the path to successful reproduction, bringing happiness and joy to your family.

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