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What hampers embryo growth in the womb ?

what are the reasons of emroyo not growing in the womb , i was pregnant but it stopped growing, now i am pregnant again, want to avoid the same problem please suggest. hi i am 28 yrs old and want to know that what are the reasons of emroyo not growing in the womb, i was pregnant 5 months agao but it stopped growing, now i am pregnant again, want to avoid the same problem please suggest. also want to know is there a constant clear white discharge and urination during pregnancy? is it good and also at what stage does it start?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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there are many reasons to it first being chromosomal anomalies, then uterine diseases, infections,etc..Please do undergo thoruogh medical checkups and scans regularly.yes some amount of white discharge is normal during pregnancy as it primes the genital tract for delivery.It increases towards delivery.
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