Gentle Birth

Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion (RSA)

The Classification and treatment of RSA (Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion)
Early primary RSA has more to do with uterine cavity morphology and endocrine factors, such as mediastinal cold knife dissection, adhesive pear-shaped stent, and dynamic hormone support was performed for luteal insufficiency.
Early secondary immune RSA is due to increased antinuclear antibodies; the successful rate of antiembryonic antibody gene immunotherapy is up to 95%.
Late primary RSA is more of  cervical abnormality or uterine deformity; High cervical band insertion is required for cervical abnormality (Antai’s proprietary); uterine deformity requires cold knife

Late secondary RSA is more of cervical relaxation, maternal and infant blood type incompatibility and the cervical laceration. Cervical relaxation and laceration requires biological band therapy, maternal and infant blood type incompatibility requires blood replacement and immunotherapy.
Ischemic RSA is a type of abortion simply based on the pathogeny, the time of occurrence isn’t fixed, usually due to uterine cavity adhesion, mediastinum, and infantile uterus. The ovarian arousal was achieved by expanded treatment of the immatured uterus through mediastinal cold knife dissection and biological stent. 

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