You may have chromosomal issues
Chromosomal issues are widely acknowledged as one of the most common causes of pregnancy loss, but did you know that this means there could be a problem with the sperm quality? It's not automatically an issue with the eggs.
While you have all of the eggs you are ever going to have, those eggs go through a maturation phase in readiness for ovulation/egg retrieval and it’s during this time that you have the ability to influence their resulting quality.
The same applies to the sperm, but even more so, because they are made afresh every day, so it is possible to hugely impact the sperm quality, if the right actions are taken.
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 blood flow and circulation is a core 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.