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Anatomical health

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You may have anatomical issues

A healthy internal environment is critical if a pregnancy is to continue to term. Any concerns about the uterus, endometrial lining or ovarian environment need to be investigated, to maximise your odds of success on a future pregnancy.


You may have already had some investigations performed or been told that ‘everything is fine’, but if no other issues have been found, then anatomical issues may still need to be explored further.


You may also have other underlying root causes contributing to your risk of miscarriage. In most cases of pregnancy loss, there are usually a combination of factors at play. That's why it's so important to take an individualised approach to your care.


Optimising the health of the internal environment is a major focus in my program Making Sense of Miscarriage. If you’re interested in learning more about the course, then feel free to click the link below, as this is not something you should have to go through alone.

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