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Friday, May 05, 2017

RESEARCH SHOWS CONNECTION: STRESS=MISCARRIAGE

Miscarriage and Stress

I've written countless posts on stress, infertility and miscarriage.  The medical community frequently denies a link between stress and miscarriage, although most sources now acknowledge that stress can affect hormones.
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The stress hormone "cortisol" can rob the body of progesterone, which is needed not just to get pregnant and maintain your uterine lining, but it is needed throughout pregnancy ("progesterone = pro-gestation"
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researchers are recognizing that there are two facets to the link between stress and miscarriage. One is that a stressful life can contribute to miscarriage. The other is that the stress of multiple miscarriages can make subsequent miscarriages more likely.

A 2004 study published in New Scientist concluded that stress releases a "cascade of hormones" that can lead to spontaneous abortion. It followed 864 pregnant women – 55 of whom miscarried. Those who miscarried were more likely to have identified themselves as experiencing stress before or during pregnancy.

"We don't know it, but it's fair to say that the daily stress probably affects most of our bodily systems, including the reproductive tract," says Dr. Leondires. "There is data from research showing that stress can lead to menstrual dysfunction, which would indicate a probable link between stress and either infertility or miscarriage."

Finding a Link-Finding a Link Between Stress and MiscarriageDr. Leondires emphasizes that there are many known causes of miscarriage that have nothing to do with stress. In addition, a definitive cause for miscarriage can be found in only about 40 percent of cases. Still, the research on the link between stress and miscarriage is valid and ongoing.


from:  pregnancytoday.com

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