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Miscarriage Clinical Trials

A listing of Miscarriage medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (35) clinical trials

Hydroxychloroquine for Prevention of Recurrent Miscarriage.

Regarding the mechanisms of unexplained RM, on the basis of animal models and clinical studies, many hypotheses were raised: Reduced ovarian reserve, Progesterone defect: a double-blind trial did not show any benefit of progesterone therapy. Thrombotic mechanisms and/or endothelial dysfunction: An association with some inherited thrombophilias was suggested. A prothrombotic ...

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Mifepristone and Misoprostol Versus Misoprostol Alone in the Medical Management of Missed Miscarriage

Aim: To investigate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of MifeMiso combination (mifepristone and misoprostol) versus misoprostol alone in the management of missed miscarriage. Primary clinical objective: To test the hypothesis that treatment with mifepristone plus misoprostol is superior to misoprostol alone for the resolution of miscarriage within 7 days in women ...

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Testing the Efficiency of Karman Curette in the Treatment of Misoprostol Failure in Women With Missed Abortion

the purpose of this study is to examine the success rates of Karman curettage in completing the abortion after failed recurred treatment with Misoprostol for women with missed abortion.

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The Effect of Adjunctive Use of Vaginal Progesterone After Cerclage on Prevention of 2nd Trimester Miscarriage

Pregnancy loss in the second trimester is not uncommon. About 2-3% of pregnancies will be lost in the second trimester, which is much lower than in the first trimester. Once a pregnancy reaches 20 weeks gestation, less than 0.5% will end in a fetal demise. Congenital fetal abnormalities and maternal ...

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Management of Women With an Incomplete Evacuation

Miscarriage is defined as the spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks' gestation, that is, before the fetal viability. The clinical signs of miscarriage are usually vaginal bleeding associated abdominal pain and cramping . The miscarriage is named 'complete' or 'incomplete' according to whether or not tissues are retained ...

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Effect of Trophectoderm Biopsy for Sex Selection on the Pregnancy and Miscarriage Rates of Women Undergoing IVF/ICSI

Records of women who had trophectoderm biopsy for sex selection over the last 3 years will be reviewed. Women will be divided into 3 groups: group 1 will comprise fertile women who had embryo biopsy for sex selection/family balancing, group 2 will comprise infertile women who had trophectoderm biopsy and ...

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Operative Hysteroscopy and Ultrasound Guided Vacuum Aspiration Versus Blind Vacuum Aspiration for the Treatment of Missed Abortion

The intervention to be evaluated are operative hysteroscopy(group A) and ultrasound guided aspiration(group C) and blinded vacuum aspiration(group B).these procedures are routinely performed in the obstetrics and gynecology department for various indications. For all surgical procedures , surgical antibiotics prophylaxis, misoprostol to dilate cervix, and anti adhesion barrier gel will ...

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Description of the Uterine Cavity in Patients With Recurrent Miscarriages

The Unit for Recurrent Pregnancy-loss at Rigshospitalet treats about 300 of couples with recurrent miscarriages a year. Together with the current examination program, the investigators plan to describe the uterine cavity according to abnormalities as septa, adhesions and further the condition for the endometrium regarding infection and hormone receptors. This ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Medication Used to Stimulate Ovulation

Ovarian follicular responsiveness to controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) with gonadotropins is extremely variable between patients and even from cycle to cycle for the same patient. Achieving an ideal follicular response is critical to the success of assisted reproduction treatment (ART). Since the early years of ART, patients have been classified ...

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Interleukin-10 Promoter-1082A/G Polymorphism and Idiopathic Recurrent Miscarriage Risk

As a common occurrence in early pregnancy, IRM has been associated with multiple causes, among which the disorders of immune homeostasis between the fetus and the maternal immune system, maintained by cytokines from the complex regulatory network, are considered one of the potential etiological factors underlying IRM. The IL-10 polymorphism ...

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