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|Answer: Can Fibroids Cause Miscarriage? by sammyhands: 2:03pm On Aug 11, 2012|
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Fibroids that bulge into the uterine cavity (submucous) or are within the cavity (intracavitary) may sometimes cause miscarriages. The fertilized egg comes down the fallopian tube and takes hold in the lining of the uterus. If a submucosal fibroid happens to be nearby, it can thin out the lining and decreases the blood supply to the developing embryo. The fibroid may also cause some inflammation in the lining directly above it. The fetus cannot develop properly, and miscarriage may result. However, with the next pregnancy, it is possible that the egg will settle in another location, and pregnancy may proceed without problems. However, if you do have a miscarriage and a fibroid is found bulging into the uterine cavity, it is advisable to have it treated.
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|Re: Answer: Can Fibroids Cause Miscarriage? by Nobody: 1:11am On Dec 25, 2012|
Yes it can.
Here is one young lady's personal account on what fibroids can do to an unborn baby.
Its pretty sad. All women need to know about this whether they are trying to get preggers or not.
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