The act of bringing forth a child before the time it is viable; a premature birth, resulting in death of the fetus; spontaneous abortion.
loss of the fetus during pregnancy.
expulsion of a fetus before it has developed sufficiently to survive on its own
the natural expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the womb before it is sufficiently developed to survive.
Loss of a baby before the twentieth week of pregnancy.
An event in which an embryo, or a fetus before the 25th week of gestation, dies from natural causes and is expelled from the woman's body.
Premature, spontaneous termination of a pregnancy
Giving birth to a baby, involuntarily, before it can survive outside the mother's womb, usually before 20 weeks gestation.
Loss of pregnancy from the womb before it is viable (capable of surviving independently outside the womb). Doctors usually use the term abortion instead of miscarriage. However, this is confusing to the layman who understands abortion as meaning the deliberate termination of pregnancy rather than accidental loss of a pregnancy.
early pregnancy loss.
(He'e Wale) Termination of the pregnancy by the child who experiences being unwanted.
A pregnancy ending in the spontaneous loss of the embryo or fetus before 20 weeks of gestation.
a natural loss of the products of conception
a horrible loss for anyone, but it feels especially terrible to those of us who have worked so hard to achieve a pregnancy
a loss of one's baby
a loss that needs to be grieved
a natural termination of pregnancy due to a variety of causes
an emotional loss, so allow yourself time to grieve
a pregnancy that ends before the fetus is "viable", that is, before it can live outside the womb
a pregnancy that ends by itself within the
a pregnancy that ends spontaneously before the fetus has reached a viable gestational age
a truly sad thing no matter how many children a person has, and I believe that no-one can fully imagine from outside the feelings of the Crown Princess at having to endure such an experience with her first pregnancy
When a baby is lost in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The involuntary expulsion of a fetus before the 24th week. After that, the loss of a pregnancy is called a stillbirth.
Spontaneous discharge through the vagina of a developing fetus before it is able to survive.
A loss of a pregnancy before 5 months (20 wks). For more information on dealing with miscarriage, please see the Womenâ€™s Hospital Website on Miscarrige: The Silent Loss.
the loss of a pregnancy from the uterus before 20 to 24 weeks' gestation.
Spontaneous complete loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks.
The involuntary expulsion of a fetus before the 20th week.
spontaneous termination of a pregnancy before the fetus has developed enough to survive outside the uterus.
Spontaneous loss of an embryo or foetus from the womb.
a spontaneous abortion, or termination, of a pregnancy.
Interruption of pregnancy prior to the 7th month. Usually used to refer to an expulsion of the fetus which starts without being induced by medical intervention. Approximately 25% of all pregnancies end in a miscarriage. This is a very inexact number, because many embryos are rejected by the woman's body before she is aware that she is pregnant. Sometimes, it occurs sufficiently early in pregnancy that the woman is unaware of the event.
The spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before the fetus can survive outside the uterus.
Natural ending of a pregnancy before the fetus is viable (see spontaneous abortion).
Loss of the baby before week 28 of pregnancy. Also known as spontaneous abortion.
Spontaneous abortion (pregnancy loss).
pregnancy loss occurring before 20 weeks gestation (the first half of pregnancy). Also called spontaneous abortion.
an unplanned loss of a pregnancy. Also called a spontaneous abortion.
loss of embryo or fetus by spontaneous abortion.
the natural, spontaneous termination of a pregnancy before fetal development has reached 20 weeks.
Spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks of gestation
Spontaneous loss of a viable embryo or fetus in the womb.
The spontaneous, natural loss of a pregnancy.
Natural loss of a foetus from the womb before it is sufficiently developed to survive. Also called spontaneous abortion.
When circumstances cause the mother's body to react to a problem in the pregnancy. This may cause bleeding, cramping, and will ultimately cause the loss of the pregnancy.
Medically called spontaneous abortion, more than 10% of all pregnancies end before the twentieth week. Causes are almost entirely due to a blighted ovum that is incompatible with life.
The involutary loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks, estimated to end 15 to 20 percent of all pregnancies. More than 80 percent of miscarriages occur in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, many before a woman even knows she's pregnant.
a pregnancy that ends prematurely through some natural cause. Compare Abortion.
A spontaneous abortion of a fetus up to the age of viability.
A spontaneous abortion; a pregnancy that terminates on its own prior to birth.
Spontaneous expulsion of the products of conception from the uterus in the first half of pregnancy.
The expulsion of a nonviable fetus from the uterus in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Also called spontaneous abortion.
spontaneous loss of an embryo or foetus from the uterus.
End of a pregnancy before the baby has developed enough to survive. It can happen naturally or accidentally. The medical term for a miscarriage is spontaneous abortion.
Spontaneous abortion or loss of the foetus before 21 weeks of gestation
Spontaneous ending of a pregnancy before viability (currently taken as 24 weeks of gestation)
Premature expulsion of a fetus from the uterus. Also called spontaneous abortion. Neural tube defect: Any of several congenital defects of the brain and spinal cord caused by the incomplete closing of the neural tube.
(SPONTANEOUS ABORTION) Death of an embryo or fetus prior to 20 weeks gestation.
When a pregnancy ends spontaneously with the death of the fetus and its evacuation from the womb.
A pregnancy that terminates on its own. Also known as "spontaneous abortion."
Inadvertent loss of a pregnancy before the fetus is viable. A considerable proportion of pregnancies end in a miscarriage. Also called a spontaneous abortion.
a pregnancy loss that occurs before 20 weeks, before the fetus is able to survive outside the womb. Most miscarriages occur within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy (the first trimester). The cause of a miscarriage is not always known, but it is usually a sign that the pregnancy is not developing normally. Some known causes of miscarriages include chromosomal defects, hormonal problems, infection, and health problems in the mother.
The natural loss of a fetus before 20 weeks of pregnancy. Also called spontaneous abortion.
Spontaneous loss of an embryo or fetus from the womb. See Abortion.
The spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks gestation.
Loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks gestation. Also known as a "spontaneous abortion".
A pregnancy that ends before the fetus can survive outside of the uterus. A miscarriage may occur because the fetus is not developing properly or because the placenta is not attached properly.
Spontaneous ending of the pregnancy prior to 24 weeks' gestation.
The spontaneous and involuntary loss of a pregnancy before 20 weeks, estimated to occur in 15 to 20 percent of all pregnancies. Most miscarriages occur in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, and many occur before a woman even knows she's pregnant.
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is the natural or spontaneous end of a pregnancy at a stage where the embryo or the fetus is incapable of surviving, generally defined at a gestation of prior to 20 weeks. Miscarriages are the most common complication of pregnancy. The medical term "abortion" refers to any terminated pregnancy, deliberately induced or spontaneous, although in common parlance it refers specifically to active termination of pregnancy.