Guideline on the management of recurrent pregnancy loss

Submitted to update, update expected in 2022

RPLThe overall aim of this guideline is to supply healthcare providers with the best available evidence for investigation and treatment of women with recurrent pregnancy loss. Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies. It excludes ectopic pregnancy and molar pregnancy. How to handle the definition is further elaborated in part A.

The guideline provides an overview of suggested treatments for RPL, and which of those are recommended. Furthermore, recommendations are made on the investigations that could be helpful to identify the origin of the pregnancy losses and possible therapeutic targets. In addition, recommendations are written regarding organization of care for couples faced with RPL.  

Guideline development group

Meet the group who developed the ESHRE Guideline on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. On the picture: Mariëtte Goddijn (Co-ordinator), Janine Elson, Braulio Peramo, Ruth Bender Atik,Ole Bjarne Christiansen, Astrid Marie Kolte, Nathalie Vermeulen.

Not on the picture (still very active) : Sheena Lewis, Saskia Middeldorp, Willianne Nelen, Siobhan Quenby 


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