Spontaneous miscarriage ≥ 2 times (including empty gestational sac, no fetal heart rate, fetal heart rate disappear, etc.)
Biochemical pregnancy ≥ 3 times
Gestational sac lost after ovulation pregnancy
IVF repeated embryo implantation failure (≥2 times)
Spontaneous miscarriage in the middle and late pregnancy with unexplained reasons (reduced amniotic fluid, intrauterine growth retardation, intrauterine death, premature birth, premature separation of placenta, fetal malformations, etc.)
Treatment for autoimmune diseases before and during pregnancy
Treatment for alloimmune abnormalities before and during pregnancy
Treatment for endocrine disease before and during pregnancy
Chromosome abnormalities, anatomical cacogenesis of uterus, endocrine abnormalities, thrombotic factors, immune factors, infectious agents, uterine blood supply factors, the male side examination.
The Best Visit Time
Early follicular phase: the first 3-5 days of menstruation
Ovulation: 14-16 days before the next menstruation
Luteal phase: the first 21-25 days of menstruation, or about 7-8 days after ovulation
Note: The first ** days of menstruation are indicated from the first day of the bloody show.
For patients who have just completed curettage of uterine cavity, it is recommended to visit following the above time period after resuming two times of menstruation.
Be Prepared to see a Doctor
Prepare a detailed medical record and all previous examination reports of both husband and wife.
List all questions you want to consult and ask one by one to avoid missing.
One patient and her husband at a time, other family members shall wait outside the consulting room.