Anti-Inflammatory Strategy Could Reduce Miscarriage Risk
By Sharon Kingman
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
For a healthy pregnancy to have the best chance of surviving, the cells lining the uterus must undergo a short-lived burst of inflammatory activity about five days after ovulation, which must come to a halt 48 hours later, researchers have found. The discovery suggested new ways of treating women who suffer recurrent miscarriages.
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