Ultimately, investigations will find a cause for recurrent miscarriage in fewer than 50% of affected women. Treatment of the underlying conditions provides hope for success in their next pregnancy. Even with multiple losses, the outlook for the next pregnancy should be optimistic even where no cause has been found.
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