The odds of pregnancy are still relatively low, and pregnancy prevention and early detection of the disease is the key to averting the disease.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that of the 1.3 million pregnant women in the United States, only about 40 percent of them have ever had a miscarriage.
While pregnancy complications are rare, a pregnant woman’s risk of getting the disease goes up the more complications she has, and the risk goes up as pregnancy progresses.
There are several factors that can increase the risk of pregnancy complications, including a history of pregnancy-related complications or a high BMI.
However, there are also some medical conditions that can cause pregnancy complications or make it more likely to become pregnant.
If you’re concerned about pregnancy complications in your family, the CDC recommends you discuss your concerns with your doctor or a medical provider who specializes in pregnancy.