Threatened Abortion Prevention
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How to Prevent Threatened Abortion
There is usually no way to prevent a threatened abortion. But, things you can do to increase your chance of having a healthy pregnancy include:
- Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and illegal drugs.
- Limit caffeine intake.
- Control any medical conditions, such as diabetes and Hypothyroidism.
- Talk with your doctor before taking medicines to ensure they are safe during pregnancy
- Diagnose and treat infection (eg, Bacterial Vaginosis , Gonorrhea ) as early as possible.
- Avoid contact with toxins (eg, arsenic, lead, polyurethane, heavy metals, organic solvents).
- Get regular prenatal care.
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