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Women often ask whether they should change what they do at work once they are pregnant. Is it OK to lift, carry on with shift work or work nights? On 12th December a Scandanavian journal published an interesting study on … Continue reading
Further evidence about the mechanism of miscarriage – failing to discriminate between healthy and unhealthy embryos
An important new paper has been published in relation to recurrent miscarriage (RM). Weimer et al have shown that there are differences in the migration patterns of endometrial stromal cells in women with and without a history of RM. In … Continue reading
Women who have had a miscarriage often read widely on the internet to try to understand what may have been the reason it happened. It is highly likely that they will find something about the possible role of NK cells … Continue reading