Chinese herbal medicines for threatened miscarriage.

@article{Li2012ChineseHM,
  title={Chinese herbal medicines for threatened miscarriage.},
  author={Lu Li and Lixia Dou and Ping-chung Leung and Chi Chiu Wang},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={CD008510}
}
BACKGROUND Threatened miscarriage occurs in 10% to 15% of all pregnancies. Vaginal spotting or bleeding during early gestation is common, with nearly half of those pregnancies resulting in pregnancy loss. To date, there is no effective preventive treatment for threatened miscarriage. Chinese herbal medicines have been widely used in Asian countries for centuries and have become a popular alternative to Western medicines in recent years. Many studies claim to show that they can prevent… CONTINUE READING
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