Pregnancy loss is devastating. Sadly, it’s also very common. One in four will experience a loss or even multiple losses.
Dr. Channing Burks Chatmon, who completed her fellowship in recurrent pregnancy loss, joins the Time to Talk Fertility Podcast to share her insight, perspective and knowledge about the difficult topic to provide support to anyone who is struggling with a heartbreaking loss.
The Time to Talk Fertility podcast discusses:
- How common is pregnancy loss?
- What causes pregnancy loss?
- Is there any way to prevent pregnancy loss in those circumstances?
- How common is it to have a successful pregnancy after experiencing one or multiple pregnancy losses?
- How long do you recommend waiting before trying again after a loss?
- At what point does a loss or losses indicate a problem?
- Is there medical testing you recommend for someone with a history of pregnancy loss and what can these tests tell you?
- What kinds of treatment options do you recommend?
- How does genetic testing factor into everything?
- What does the latest medical research show about this issue?
- Can you share some words of hope with our listeners?
- What advice do you have for patients on coping with pregnancy loss?
- Can you tell us about the Pregnancy Loss Support Group at Fertility Centers of Illinois?
Medical contribution by Channing Burks Chatmon, M.D.
Dr. Channing Burks Chatmon is a reproductive endocrinologist and board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist who is passionate about supporting and guiding patients with personalized and evidence-based treatment options to fulfill their dream of having a family.