volume 295, issue 6590, P93-94 1987
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6590.93
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J D Rose

Abstract: good reason to accept the repeated loss as probably inevitable and to refrain from any kind of treatment. The risk of abortion in the untreated group turned out to be roughly 20% (10/49), somewhat higher than the 10-15% expected in the population at large but still very moderate. More important, however, the overall chance of these women eventually having a live birth was hardly diminished at all.