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    Preventing Still Births and Miscarriages

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    Many women have a time in their life where they have a pregnancy loss whether it’s an abortion, miscarriage, or stillborn. A lot of mothers go into depression when the loss of their baby is out of their control such as miscarriages and still born. There are family members very close to me who went through this such as my mother who had a miscarriage with in the first trimester and my first cousin who had at still born in fourth trimester. This information is imperative so women can be careful when

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    Miscarriages Miscarriages most often have an overwhelming impact on a woman’s emotional state and can set a woman onto a long and difficult road to recovery, that will inevitably leave deep emotional scars. One of the most common conditions for a post-miscarriage woman is depression; teamed with thoughts of denial and confusion over the circumstances, they don’t know how to cope with their loss. With pregnancy within itself is a fragile state of a woman’s body, there are multiple components that

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    miscarriages of justice

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    we live. Therefore, miscarriages of justice occur in the criminal justice system more frequently than is publicised or known to the public at large. They are routine and would have to be considered as a serious problem in our society. The law is what most people respect and abide by, if society cannot trust the law that governs them, then there will be serious consequences including the possible breakdown of that society. In order to have a fair and just society, miscarriages of justice must not

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    medical and psychological communities did not recognize the lasting implications of this occurrence. Now as couples break historical norms and become more egalitarian-based, this issue is one that not only affects women, but their partners also. Miscarriage, according to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is “a [medical] condition in which a pregnancy ends too early and does not result in the birth of a live baby.” This condition is also called spontaneous abortion in some communities, mostly healthcare

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    Contributions to teh Miscarriages of Justice

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    What causes contributed to the miscarriages of justice? The main causes that contributed to the miscarriages of justice were perjury or false accusations from jailhouse informants, and prosecutorial misconduct. Jailhouse Informants/False Accusation: Jailhouse informants are inmates who provide incriminating information or testimony during criminal proceeding against another inmate. The prevalence of jailhouse informants is quite high because competition among informants is tough, information gathering

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    Objective: To evaluate the role of soluble fms-like tyrosine kinase-1 (sFlt-1) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) for prediction of pregnancy loss in patients with history of unexplained early recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). Methods: A prospective case control study was conducted in 42 women with history of unexplained early RPL, and 170 pregnant controls with history of uncomplicated pregnancy. We measured maternal serum sFlt-1 and VEGF at gestational age 6-9 weeks as predictor for pregnancy

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    Abortion Essay

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    finding out they can’t take care of the baby or having an abortion and finding out later that you cannot have a child in the future. There can physical effects on woman that have abortion. Abortion can result in miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies, and a slight chance of breast cancer. Many miscarriages happen when an abortion is used on the previous pregnancy because it can be dangerous to the future reproductive systems of woman. After an abortion, there can be severe case where bleeding and infection can

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    a negative or even occur (Bristor, 2010). Miscarriage is characterized as the loss of pregnancy before fetus viability. The most common causes for a miscarriage include genetic abnormalities within the fetus, chronic medical conditions, smoking and drinking during pregnancy (American College of Nurse Midwives, 2013). Women often report that miscarriage is one of the most traumatic life events that a female can experience. Some common signs of miscarriage include vaginal spotting, bleeding, cramping

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    expecting their first child. Articles in the newspaper are showing how the chances of miscarriages are increasing. As soon as anxiety starts to take over, a flip of a page in the newspaper changes everything. An article about a new drug called Diethylstilbestrol seems to be on the next page. Diethylstilbestrol, also known as DES, is a medicine that helps prevent women from having pregnancy complications including miscarriages. “This is amazing!” one may say, but do they really know the consequences of taking

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    Pregnancy is a very delicate period of time for the pregnant woman and her child since many factors can interfere with the well-being of the baby before and after birth, and the pregnant woman. Although there are several structures and organs that protect the unborn baby, the mother needs to be careful during gestation, to protect the baby. One of the most important structures that supports the embryo and fetus is the placenta. Besides its role metabolic, endocrine and immunologic functions, it is

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