is the spontaneous loss of a foetus before the twentieth week of pregnancy. Recurrent miscarriage, or
recurrent pregnancy loss
(RPL), is having usually three or more early miscarriages (up to 13 weeks) or two or more late miscarriages (13-20 weeks). It is regarded as a form of
, and may be due to chromosome abnormalities that make it impossible for the foetus to develop or advanced maternal and paternal age. Testing can help determine whether there is a cause for the miscarriages however sometimes there is no obvious cause.
For other locations use the refine search location field below
Gynaecologist IVF Specialist, Urogynaecology Obstetrician . . .
High risk obstetrics, Vaginal birth after c/section, Multiple pregnancy, Pre conception care, Infertility & IVF, Advanced laparoscopic surgery, Pelvic floor surgery, Colposcopy and Contraception . . . .
Dr Steven Hatzikostas is a specialist Obstetrician Gynaecologist with extensive experience in both Low and High-Risk Obstetrics and General Gynaecology. . . .
Tailored investigations & treatment of infertility (male & female factors), Reproductive endocrinology, Recurrent miscarriage,
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) . . . .
Advanced laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery, Pelvic pain & endometriosis, Abnormal menstral bleeding, Fibroids, Ovarian cysts, Abnormal pap smears including colposcopy & further management . . . .