Citations with the tag: MISCARRIAGE
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- Breaking the silence: An agenda for a feminist discourse of pregnancy loss.
Layne, Linda L. // Feminist Studies; Summer97, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p289
Examines taboos and the silence of the popular culture surrounding pregnancy loss. Focus on the role of biomedicine and Christianity amidst pregnancy loss; Relation to one another; Experience by a woman who underwent a miscarriage at the hands of indifferent medical personnel.
- New ways to prevent miscarriages.
Berkman, S.; Mark, E.R. // Good Housekeeping; Jan91, Vol. 212 Issue 1, p171
Describes several causes of miscarriages which have recently come to light, all of which are treatable or preventable. Uterine abnormalities; Infection; Hormonal imbalance.
Kellough-Pollock, Janet // Herizons; Spring97, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p28
Presents an account of the author's experience with spontaneous abortion. Feelings experienced during the physical process; Miscarriage as a relief; Need for women to be encouraged to express their feelings; Other people's reactions to the situation.
- Recurrent spontaneous abortion: Evaluation and management.
Rand, Scott E. // American Family Physician; 12/1/93, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p1451
Evaluates the possible etiologies of recurrent spontaneous abortion. Relation to anatomic, genetic, infectious, immunologic, endocrine, environmental or psychologic problems; Psychosocial support.
- New hope.
Fischer, A. // Redbook; Mar90, Vol. 174 Issue 5, p136
Presents a medical update of how doctors are finally solving the mysteries of miscarriage. Why one in three pregnancies fail; How more and more women who have miscarried are finally giving birth; Examples of women who've miscarried. INSET: What mothers-to-be should know.;Healing the hurt..
- The miscarriage.
Austin-Smith, Brenda // Canadian Dimension; May/Jun98, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p45
Presents information on miscarriages. How some people view miscarriages; Lack of general information on miscarriages; Experience of the author when she had a miscarriage; Percentage of pregnancies which end up in a miscarriage.
- Easing the loss.
Miller, Susan Katz // New Scientist; 4/17/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1869, Mind & Body p17
Reports that, with the help of an ultrasound scan, doctors could tell several weeks ahead when a miscarriage will be inevitable and then offer counselling. Women's acceptance of the screening; Miscarriage as a genetic problem.
- A medical mystery.
Becker, M.; Hager, M. // Newsweek; 8/15/88, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p49
Reports on the research being done to understand how and why miscarriages occur. Discusses new technologies, such as ultrasound and blood studies, to detect abnormalities, and the effects of external causes, such as bacterial infections, on a fetus' development. Research; Treatments.
- Spontaneous abortions possibly related to ingestion of nitrate-contaminated well water--LaGrange...
Becker, M.; Hager, M. // MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report; 7/5/1996, Vol. 45 Issue 26, p569
Reports on spontaneous abortions possibly related to ingestion of nitrate-contaminated well water in LaGrange County, Indiana from 1991 to 1994. Patient characteristics; Complications; Statistics.
- A pastoral and theological response to losses in pregnancy.
Peterman, J.S. // Christian Century; 9/9/87 - 9/16/87, Vol. 104 Issue 25, p750
Describes how the loss of a baby during pregnancy is a death that needs to be mourned by the family and is an occasion for the communal sharing and healing of grief. Development of the baby determining the sense of loss; Role of church.
Kase, L.M. // Glamour; Jul92, Vol. 90 Issue 7, p38
Examines new research on pregnancy and miscarriage. Discusses the common causes of miscarriage and innovative new treatments to create healthy pregnancies. Prevention; Intervention; Identifying problems. INSET: Is life-style a factor? (in miscarriage)..
- When miscarriage recurs.
Wernick, Sarah // Working Mother; Jul93, p16
Lists the possible causes of recurrent miscarriage. Genetic abnormalities; Uterine and cervical abnormalities; Hormonal insufficiencies; Infections; Exposure to toxic substances; Immune-system disturbances; Stress.
- With heartache comes hope.
Bates, Colleen Dunn // Shape; Apr98, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p132
Presents information on the experiences of American women with spontaneous abortions or miscarriages. Identification of women most susceptible to miscarriages; Effectiveness of medical technology and bereavement therapy; Statements from Lynn Friedman, M.D., author of A Woman Doctor's Guide to...
- The new pain of miscarriage.
Manning, Martha // Glamour; Dec96, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p84
Shares the experience of a woman who suffered several miscarriages. Pain of losing a pregnancy amidst all the available medical technologies; Comparison of pregnancy between the past and the present generations; Insensitivity of some people on the pain felt by mothers who suffered miscarriages.
- Ectopic pregnancy is on the rise.
Monson, Nancy // Glamour; Mar93, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p60
Offers a look at the rising problem of ectopic pregnancy. Dangerous condition in which an embryo grows outside the uterus; Earlier diagnosis and better treatments are making it easier for doctors to preserve a woman's fertility; Details of the progress made; Conditions that have been associated...
- Management of first trimester spontaneous abortions.
Forbes, Kevin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 6/3/95, Vol. 310 Issue 6992, p1426
Focuses on the treatment of women who suffered spontaneous abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy. Causes of miscarriage; Description of the results of the study conducted at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Sweden.
- Death before life.
Canty, Kevin // Vogue; May95, Vol. 185 Issue 5, p96
Presents a personal narrative on coping with miscarriage. Anxiety over the outcome of the pregnancy; Fetal death; Expulsion of the fetus; Miscarriage as a memory; Having other children.
- Incidence and outcome of bleeding before the 20th week of pregnancy: Prospective study from...
Everett, Christopher // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 07/05/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7099, p32
Estimates the miscarriage rate in a cohort of pregnant women and the final outcome of pregnancy in Great Britain. Outcome measures; Bleeding in one fifth of recognized pregnancies before the 20th week; Factors that may influence miscarriages.
- Some struggle to remain pregnant.
Rubin, Rita // U.S. News & World Report; 12/5/94, Vol. 117 Issue 22, p93
Discusses how one of every 50 couples is affected by recurrent miscarriages. Various problems implicated in recurrent miscarriages; Large number of miscarriages for which no reason can be identified; Case of Michelle and Stephen Friedman; Procedure called immunotherapy and questions of its...
- Smoking Is Not Associated with Spontaneous Abortion.
Rubin, Rita // Fertility Weekly; 1/19/2004, p3
Stresses the absence of association between smoking and spontaneous abortion.
- IL-18 Levels as a Predictor of Recurrent Miscarriage.
Rubin, Rita // Fertility Weekly; 3/8/2004, p6
Reports on the study "Abnormal First Trimester Serum Interleukin 18 Levels Are Associated With a Poor Outcome in Women With a History of Recurrent Miscarriage," conducted by R. Wilson, et al, and published in the February 2004 issue of the "American Journal of Reproductive Immunology".
- When stress is a threat.
Giles, Mary // Parenting; Oct97, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p60
Gives information on a survey by researchers at the University of California School of Medicine, which states that women working more than 45 hours a week, were likely to suffer a miscarriage in the first trimester of pregancy than those who worked less than 35 hours a week. Information on...
- Antidepressants increase likelihood of miscarriage.
Giles, Mary // Pulse; 6/9/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 20, p11
The article reveals that antidepressants will increase the risk of miscarriage among pregnant women in Great Britain.
- Is a Black-Pigmented Corynebacterium Species an Opportunistic Pathogen during Pregnancy? Literature Review and Report of 3 New Cases.
Shukla, Sanjay K.; Harney, Mary; Jhaveri, Bharati; Andrews, Kathy; Reed, Kurt D. // Clinical Infectious Diseases; 9/15/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p834
Presents a literature review and report of three cases of black-pigmented Corynebacterium species from human clinical samples. Recovery of the samples from female genital tract; Association of one sample with spontaneous abortion; Similarity of the isolates to the genus Corynebacterium by...
Shukla, Sanjay K.; Harney, Mary; Jhaveri, Bharati; Andrews, Kathy; Reed, Kurt D. // Australian Nursing Journal; Apr2011, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p3
A correction is presented for the article "The Successful Implementation of Nurse Practitioner Model of Care for Threatened or Inevitable Miscarriage," by Debora Webster-Bain, which appeared in the March 2011 issue.
- Progress in prevention.
Shukla, Sanjay K.; Harney, Mary; Jhaveri, Bharati; Andrews, Kathy; Reed, Kurt D. // Newsweek; 3/24/86, Vol. 107 Issue 12, p66
Researchers have shed light on some of the causes of miscarriages, and have made progress in preventing them that is little short of spectacular.
- High-rise living linked to miscarriage in Japan.
Hadfield, Peter // New Scientist; 8/13/94, Vol. 143 Issue 1938, p7
Reports on a survey by Fumio Osaka of the Tokai University, finding a higher miscarriage rate among Japanese women who live in high-rise apartments. Association of miscarriage to stress; Number of high rise apartments in Japan; Rejection of Osaka's findings by a Japan Ministry of Construction...
- Don't Take Painkillers During Early Pregnancy.
Hadfield, Peter // Mothering; Nov/Dec2003, Issue 121, p26
Focuses on two studies related to the correlation between painkillers and miscarriage, published in different issues of "British Medical Journal," as of November 2003.
- Repeated miscarriages may be explained by deficient T cells.
Berger, Abi // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 09/05/98, Vol. 317 Issue 7159, p619
Looks at the relationship between repeated miscarriages and deficient T cells. Discovery of the difference in cytokine production between women who miscarry with out reason and women who do not; Details on the results of research on T cell clones.
- Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion : Three Dimensional Power Doppler Evaluation of Endometrial and Subendometrial Volume and Vascularity and Correlation to Uterine Arteries Blood Flow.
Berger, Abi // Fertility Weekly; 8/11/2008, p17
The abstract of the study "Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion: Three Dimensional Power Doppler Evaluation of Endometrial and Subendometrial Volume and Vascularity and Correlation to Uterine Arteries Blood Flow," by E. Vaquero, C .Exacoustos, N. Lazzarin, E. Bertonotti, M.E. Romanini, and D. Arduini...
- Fathers' occupation and pregnancy outcome
McDonald, A. D.; Armstrong, B.; Cherry, N. M.; Robert, D. D. Robert; Nolin, A. D. // British Journal of Industrial Medicine; May1989, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p329
No abstract available.
- Evidence for adverse reproductive outcomes among women microelectronic assembly workers
Mergler, D.; Bowler, R.; Huel, G. // British Journal of Industrial Medicine; Jun1990, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p400
No abstract available.
- Tales of Pregnancy Loss in Three Toxically Assaulted U.S. Communities.
Layne, Linda L. // Women's Studies Quarterly; Spring/Summer2001, Vol. 29 Issue 1/2, p25
Focuses on the pregnancy losses in the United States. Effects of toxics and smoking on pregnancy; Factors affecting miscarriages; Impact of prenancy loss on women.
- Gamete intrafallopian transfer in older women: effect of limiting number of gametes transferred.
Redgment, C.J.; Al-Shawaf, T.; Grudzinskas, J.G.; Craft, I.L. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 8/20/94-8/27/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6953, p510
Focuses on the effects in gamete intrafallopian transfer in older women. Reduction in fecundity; Increase in the risk of miscarriage after spontaneous or assisted conception; Concerns on the use of donor oocytes from young women.
- Immune Cells and Molecules are Expressed Differently in Women with RM.
Redgment, C.J.; Al-Shawaf, T.; Grudzinskas, J.G.; Craft, I.L. // Fertility Weekly; 12/8/2003, p7
Reports on a study published in a 2003 issue of "Human Reproductive Update" which reveals that immune cells and molecules are expressed differently in women with recurrent miscarriage (RM).
- Nonsurgical Management of Spontaneous Abortion.
Miller, Karl E. // American Family Physician; 1/1/2000, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p194
Offers information on the study `Spontaneous Abortion: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Surgical Evacuation With Conservative Management Using Misoprostol,' by T.K. Chung and colleagues published in the June 1999 issue of `Fertility and Sterility.'
- mourning a miscarriage.
Mills, Laura L. // Today's Christian Woman; Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p42
The article discusses the author's experience of losing her baby due to miscarriage.
- Remembrance provides support for early infant death.
Mills, Laura L. // Jackson Advocate; 3/1/2012, Vol. 74 Issue 20, p13A
The article offers information on a meeting concerning miscarriage, grief management, and early infant death to be held in the University Physicians Pavilion of the University of Mississippi Medical Center Campus on March 6, 2012.
- Editor's Choice.
van Steirteghem, André // Human Reproduction; May2010, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p1087
The article discusses various reports that are published within this issue, including the use of mifeprestone and prostaglandin for medical abortion, the risk of miscarriage in overweight and obese women, and the gene expression pattern of human spermatogonia.
- The Ebb and Flow.
van Steirteghem, André // O, The Oprah Magazine; Feb2013, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p116
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of seating at beach and waiting for waves two months after her miscarriage.
van Steirteghem, André // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1475
A definition of the medical term "miscarriage," the lay term for termination of pregnancy at any time before the fetus has attained the potential for extrauterine viability, is presented.
- Management Options for Early Incomplete Miscarriage.
QUYNH BUI // American Family Physician; 2/1/2011, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p258
The article explores the treatment options available to a 22-year-old patient who was diagnosed with early incomplete miscarriage. Some of the methods of treatment for incomplete miscarriage include treatment with misoprostol, expectant care and surgical evacuation. Examples of surgical options...
- The Role of IL-18.
Almawi, Wassim Y. // Fertility Weekly; 12/5/2011, p1
The article discusses a study regarding role of interleukin-18 (IL-18) in recurrent spontaneous miscarriage (RSM). The study examines the relationship between IL-18 promoter SNPs rs1946519, rs187238, rs360718, and rs360717 and changes in serum IL-18 levels with RSM. It reveals that reduced IL-18...
- Coping with a Miscarriage (Book Review).
Coghlin-Strom, Jacalyn // Library Journal; 6/15/1980, Vol. 105 Issue 12, p1401
Reviews the book 'Coping with a Miscarriage: why it happens and how to deal with its impact on you and your family,' by Hank Pizer and Christine O'Brien.
- recurrent pregnancy loss.
Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia; 2004, p652
An encyclopedia entry for "recurrent pregnancy loss," another term used to refer to habitual abortion, is presented.
- The Treatment of Recurrent Spontaneous Miscarriage.
Liqin Zhao // Journal of Chinese Medicine; Feb2013, Issue 101, p13
No abstract available.
Liqin Zhao // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p6
An encyclopedia entry for the term "abortion" is presented. It refers to the spontaneous or induced pregnancy prior to the viable age of the fetus. Symptoms of spontaneous abortion include vaginal bleeding, abdominal cramps, and passage of clots or bits of tissue. Assessment includes monitoring...
- pregnancy Q&A.
Agnew, Connie L. // Fit Pregnancy; Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p44
Answers several questions on pregnancy. Miscarriage caused by blighted ovum; Safety of cycling during pregnancy; Pain associated with the delivery of the placenta.
- Consumption of PCB-contaminated sport fish and risk of spontaneous fetal death
Zielezny, Maria; Buck, Germaine M.; Mendola, Pauline; Sever, Lowell E.; Vena, John E. // Environmental Health Perspectives; May1995, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p498
No abstract available.
- Caffeine Metabolism May Be Involved in Spontaneous Abortion of Normal Karyotype Fetuses.
Zielezny, Maria; Buck, Germaine M.; Mendola, Pauline; Sever, Lowell E.; Vena, John E. // Fertility Weekly; 2/4/2002, p14
Reports that the rate of caffeine metabolism influences the risk of spontaneous abortion of normal karyotype fetuses, according to researchers in Sweden.