The researchers examined hospital admissions for other cardiovascular diseases, especially cerebrovascular disease or venous thromboembolism with his parents in 1981 and 2006, but found no significant association. This may indicate that the specific association with heart disease, but it could also be due to the fact that these results were less frequent, and the study was less able associations. Associations.
Professor Philip Steer, BJOG editor-in-chief added:’This new research is suggests suggests repeated miscarriages and ischemic heart disease may have common genetic predispositions have required more research in this field and a story. Recurrent pregnancy loss may be clinically useful in identifying benefit benefit from screening for cardiovascular risk factors. ‘. Read More