Examples of miscarriage in a Sentence
a woman who has suffered multiple miscarriages
a high risk of miscarriage
Recent Examples of miscarriage from the Web
The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center warns that ashwagandha, an ayurvedic herb used in Moon Dusts and a Hum formula, has a variety of potential side effects, possibly including miscarriage.
Just before their Grand Cayman vacation, Tim Kersten’s wife suffers a miscarriage.
Despite 11 miscarriages, Wendy and Rick Penniman had two healthy children with the help of University Hospitals Fertility Center.
That said, of course there is the risk that there will be less cautious reporting, and any time that’s the case, there is a risk factor for claims to be scrutinized insufficiently, and for there to be miscarriages of justice as a result.
And there was the lost opportunity to begin an investigation and re-evaluation of the training, competence, and procedures at the state forensic laboratories to help prevent future miscarriages of justice.
Nicole Rehmert, of Omaha, Nebraska, was devastated when her very first pregnancy abruptly ended in a miscarriage in 2016.
Approximately 10 to 25 percent of pregnancies result in miscarriage.
Add that listeria can cause pregnant women can suffer miscarriages and stillbirths.
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First Known Use of miscarriage
MISCARRIAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of miscarriage for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which a pregnancy ends too early and does not result in the birth of a live baby
law : an unjust legal decision
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