A chemical pregnancy, characterized by a very early miscarriage occurring before the fifth week of gestation, transpires when fertilization takes place but the embryo fails to fully implant in the uterus.
– A delayed menstrual period – Intense bleeding resembling a heavy period, potentially with clots – Menstrual-like cramps
– Insufficient Uterine Lining:A uterine lining that is too thin may pose a challenge to successful implantation. – Low Hormone Levels: e Lining: Problems with the DNA in the sperm can impact the embryo’s development.
– Infections: Levels: Inadequate levels of essential hormones may influence the stability of the early pregnancy. – Infections: Certain infections may contribute to the occurrence of a chemical pregnancy.