What is Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® and how can it help prevent future recurrent pregnancy loss?
- Have you suffered from two or more pregnancy losses?
- Are you searching for answers as to why this may be happening?
Did you know that thrombophilia can be a cause of recurrent pregnancy loss ?
Thrombophilia means that due to your genetic makeup you may be likely to suffer from thrombosis (blood clots). During pregnancy, a woman with thrombophilia may develop micro blood clots in her placenta, these micro blood clots can reduce the blood flow to the foetus , which may lead to miscarriage.
When a woman suffers two or more pregnancy losses, whether consecutive or not, prior to 22 weeks of gestation, she is considered to have recurrent pregnancy loss .
Several studies have shown that hereditary thrombophilia may be associated with recurrent pregnancy loss. However, when doctors are looking to see if thrombophilia may be a factor they usually only study two genetic variants; Factor V Leiden and Prothrombin. But it is important to recognize that there are also other recurrent pregnancy loss genetic variants that should be tested.
Another possibility for women with thrombophilia is the increased risk of blood clots during pregnancy which of course is dangerous to both her and her baby. So, it is also important that your risk of thrombophilia be confirmed prior to any future pregnancy so appropriate steps and monitoring can take place.
How can Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® help prevent any future recurrent pregnancy loss?
It is important to conduct a complete thrombophilia genetic test , not just to look at the two standard genetic variants.
Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® is a genetic test that analyzes 12 genetic variants to provide a comprehensive assessment and more information related to your risk of thrombophilia and any associated risks for future pregnancies.
Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® has already been incorporated into numerous gynaecology clinics and laboratories. It is also possible for you and your physician to benefit from this more detailed information, regarding your risk of hereditary thrombophilia. This will help support and guide your physician in your treatment planning and enable you to reduce your risk of future pregnancy loss .
Carrying Out A Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® Test?
With the help of your physician, you can easily carry out a Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® test, following these steps:
Your physician orders the test and then receives our DNA collection kit
A sample of your blood or saliva (mouth swab) is taken
The sample is analysed in our laboratory
We send the encrypted results to your physician, who will discuss the results and the next steps with you
What are Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® genetic test users saying?
Thousands of individuals have already benefited from the Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health®
genetic test to reduce the risk of suffering recurrent pregnancy loss.
Centros que utilizan Thrombo inCode® Salud Reproductiva para evitar abortos de repetición de sus pacientes
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Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health® is backed by extensive scientific evidence
A Scientific validation study showing the diagnostic capacity of Thrombo inCode Reproductive Health to detect patients with high risk of recurrent pregnancy loss due to their thrombophilia profile.
- “Prediction of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss by a New Thrombophilia Based Genetic Risk Score Páramo JA, Llamas P, Bellver J, Lecumberri R, García-Raso A, Alamá P, Díaz-García C, Alfonso Pierola A, Miranda AC, Gómez VH, Cabanillas S, Vazquez S, Guillén K, Pich S, Casagran O, Ortega I, Soria JM, Salas E. Int J Sci Basic Appl Res. 2018; 42(4): 61-73”
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