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There have always been theories that say that stress can be a causative factor in a miscarriage.
However, so far, there has been no scientific evidence to suggest that.
You can definitely tell your wife that there is no evidence on paper to suggest that .
But it is common sense, that when a woman is upset, pregnancy outcomes are not as good as they would be if she were mentally and psychologically happy.
That said, it is not right to blame your mother for the miscarriage.
There was a blood clot seen on the ultrasound scan, and that would be responsible for the miscarriage.
More than 20 % of women miscarry in the first trimester, and the most common reason is chromosomal ( genetic ) defects in the fetus, which can happen to any body, and is random chance.
Most of these women go on to successfully conceive in future.
You can go through this link , and request your wife to read it too -
Hope this helps you.
All the best
Please feel free to discuss further.
Patient replied :
Thank you so much Doctor.
She was bleeding and when there was a an aggresive verbal fight between both, I have to make her travel to mumbai at my inlaws place, but yes i did book a private CAB for her comfort.
It was 2 week of pregnancy, and Doctor said that it is still a tissue nothing is developed.
My wife said she is depressed and have lot of tension and started blaming.
If you would like to see sonography reports I can send it to as an attachment by tommorow.
She said this happened twice "blood clots coming out", and twice she did the same.
Thank you so much doctor, this helped me a lot. if you have anythink which can prove much better would help me more.
Please upload the ultrasound scans, I will try and find out more evidence.
Patient replied :
I think Sonography reorts are misplaced, But i do remmeber the term used by doctor during checkup was hematoma.