Miscarriages, multiple
When couples have more than one miscarriage, there is about a 5 percent chance that one member of the couple is carrying a chromosome translocation responsible for the miscarriages. Other causes of multiple miscarriage include Rh incompatibility, teratogen exposure that continues over time, and physical problems in the mother that make it difficult to carry a

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