Friday, June 28, 2013

Answer to Biology Files: Hormones

 I wonder about many things...just today....This serendipitous and simple thought pattern.
I am a housewife, no one, not a threat...I just think too much

Low estrogen levels lead to 25-40% miscarriage in the first trimester (second only to chromosomal abnormalities) according to the march of dimes. Maybe something saves the fetus from miscarry in the womb, but still doesn't find a way to allay harm.(  Hormonal causes, near bottom.)

Thalidomide studies have done some good...the days of neural tube malformations and the dates of mothers ingestion are around the 23 or 24 day, I'd have to look it up. Neurocutaneous disorders have been pegged in that time also, as the skin shows anomolies in formation at about the same time, and they are somehow related, or so I was told.

I don't know that I know what I am talking about.  I'm just trying to remember. Chromosomal/hormonal account for 75-90% of miscarriages.  Something is going on. Something is going's a miracle any of us turn out viable.
rosabwalker1 on the g.


usethebrains godgiveyou said... is it circles again or does it have meaning? Hypothyroidism increases chance of miscarriage.

usethebrains godgiveyou said...

Jill Escher spoke @ July 2013 IACC meeting regarding germ cell damage. She was studied for the drugs given to her mother to avoid pregnancy. Hormones hundreds of times stronger than modern birth control were given to her mother to avoid losing the child.

She has pre-term notes regarding her mothers treatment. She was in a study at age 8 to determine if there was long term damage to her. She has 2 autistic children and wonders if it was germ cell damage, hormonally, which were already present in her pre-natal body,

usethebrains godgiveyou said...

drugs given to her mother to avoid pregnancy LOSS...

usethebrains godgiveyou said...

Severe iodine defieciency