Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) is defined as three consecutive Pregnancy Loss (PL) prior to 20 weeks of gestation, about 1-2% of women will be affected [1,2]. Recently, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has redefined RPL as two or more pregnancy losses . Using this definition, the incidence of RPL is up to 5% of women [1-3]. Different risk factors are associated with RPL, including advanced maternal age, and number of previous miscarriages . Although RPL remains unexplained in about 50% of the cases, gynecological, endocrinological, immuno-hematological and genetical factors have been described.
Citation: Piscopo C, Saccone G, Santangelo C, Iolascon A, Monica MD (2020) Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Proposal for a Novel Diagnostic Protocol with New Molecular Genetics Insight. J Genet Genomic Sci 4: 018.
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