That is the question foremost in my brain lately. Now that I’ve had 4 m/c and one is confirmed as being due to chromosomes, does it mean there is a fundamental problem with the make up of our eggs or sperm? And that to continue to pursue pregnancy will lead to continued loss or a baby with some sort of problems?
Here is a study that shows that with each m/c due to chromosomal issues, your chance of another m/c goes up by 13%. I’ll be asking about this at our RE appointment. http://www.ivf1.com/miscarriage-risk/
I don’t post this to scare anyone. There are probably other studies that show different results. I just want to be as informed as possible so we can make a smart decision on whether to pursue medical treatment, how much to do or if we just go down the path for adoption.