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    Ben Neo Clinic for Women
    • Clinic Type :

      IVF and Infertility Clinic

    • Location :

      Orchard, Singapore

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    Q. In which week is the risk of miscarriage at the peak level?
    • Miscarriage is at its peak level in early 12-14 weeks of pregnancy. The risk of miscarriages become lesser by 20 weeks of pregnancy but around 60-80 % miscarriage cases have been reported in the first three weeks of pregnancy. Miscarriages after 20 weeks are called as late miscarriages. Risk of miscarriages drops down by the end of first trimester.

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      - Nauhar Nilima,   Posted on: Dec. 21, 2018, 9:45 p.m.
    • Miscarriages are one of the top concerns for women who are pregnant. Miscarriage risks surround most of the pregnancy cases. There are several cases which have highest miscarriages during the initial months of pregnancy. So, care needs to be taken during first few months of pregnancy.

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      - Arjuna Chaudhari,   Posted on: March 15, 2019, 5:36 p.m.

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