Comparative Study Between the Explained and Unexplained Patient Women with Recurrent Miscarriage


Recurrent miscarriage can be defined as two or more consequence unsuccessful clinical pregnancies and confirmed by ultrasonography or histopathological examination and consider the most common clinical complications reproduction, and it affects (2%–5%) of reproduction couple. The present study included 140 women who were already diagnosed with recurrent miscarriage. Following complete clinical workup, including history, examination and investigations, enrolled women were classified into two main subgroups, explained group (n = 85) and unexplained group (n = 55). In this study, the result showed no significant difference found between the two subgroups explained and unexplained regarding age and the body mass index. In the obstetric history characteristics of women enrolled in the current study, there is no significant difference between the explained and unexplained group according to gravity, parity, and the number of abortions. Additionally, no significant difference according to gestational age and types of abortion but found significant in the type of complete abortion between the explained and unexplained group. Results showed that recurrent miscarriage rates increased in women with positive anti-phospholipids, in addition, a significant difference in the type of complete abortion between the explained and unexplained group of recurrent miscarriage women.