Preventing Miscarriage – 5 Steps to Avoid Pregnancy Loss


Preventing miscarriage is not a mystery. Miscarriages are devastating. Often they make you feel powerless. Miscarriage prevention protocols are hard to find and not many health practitioners use them. The mainstream approach to a miscarriage is that it can happen and that you should try again until it works.

However, this approach leaves you open to recurrent miscarriages, which can erode your confidence even further. In this article you'll find out the five steps I recommend you do first for preventing miscarriage and before trying to conceive again.

5 Steps for Preventing Miscarriage

1. Check Your Partner's Sperm.

Women who miscarry tend to have partners with poor sperm quality. While this is not always the case, it's worth looking into it before you invest in the invasive and expensive workup of the female reproductive system. If his sperm is of suboptimal quality, don't despair. Sperm health can be improved in as little as 90 days. You may also wish to consider using my Sperm Health Program to improve your partner's sperm quality and quantity naturally for preventing miscarriage. You can learn more about it here:

2. Check Your MTHFR Status.

MTHFR is an enzyme responsible for folic acid metabolism in the body. About 30-40% of the population has a mutation of the gene[1] responsible for this enzyme. Carriers of this mutation have a higher risk of miscarrying. This is because their bodies are not capable of absorbing folic acid from the diet. This can easily be addressed with the methylated form of folic acid. Your naturopath or GP can prescribe it for you for preventing miscarriage.

3. Check Your EM Radiation Exposure.

EM radiation is emitted from your cell phone, laptop, wifi, computer, iPad, TV, hairdryer, and any other electrical device when plugged in. EM radiation targets fast replicating cells in the body[2]. These include the egg and sperm cells and the developing embryo. It is especially important that you don't have any electrical appliances in your bedroom where you are stationary for at least 8 hours a day. While you sleep you don't want any radiation interfering with your reproductive cells or your growing embryo. Shield yourself from EM radiation. Take a look at the EM radiation shield we recommend here:

4. Take a CoQ10 Supplement.

Coenzyme Q10 is food for your cellular engines, a.k.a. the mitochondria. After the age of 30, your cells start to become depleted of CoQ10[3]. This predisposes them to faster aging due to faster toxin accumulation inside the cell and the reduced ability of the cell to clean itself. CoQ10 deficiency can predispose to miscarriages in women over 30. Therefore, taking a good quality CoQ10 is crucial. I recommend CoQ10 from a practitioner range and of superb quality. You can order it here:

5. Check Your Thyroid Function.

Have you ever heard of the expression 'Bun in the oven'? Referring to a woman being pregnant? Well, that expression is not far from the truth. Your baby is growing and developing inside you from an invisible seed to a big pregnant belly ready to pop. For this growth to take place, your body needs to be operating at a certain core temperature. The core body temperature thermostat is set by your thyroid gland.

The temperature determines the speed of cellular replication and growth. If your core body temperature is below 36.4 degrees celsius five days in a row during the follicular phase of your cycle, your thyroid gland may be suffering. You may be hypothyroid or sub-clinically hypothyroid. If that's the case, have your thyroid function checked. And for addressing thyroid function naturally please refer to this article:

Other Ways to Find Out The Cause of Miscarriage

There are many more steps you can take once you know the cause behind your miscarriage. And to find out what these are, please download our complementary Miscarriage Prevention Report. Watch the presentation on how and why miscarriages can be prevented here.

You can prevent miscarriages. There are proven steps you can take for preventing miscarriages and recurrent miscarriages, so don't despair!

Please share your thoughts with us on preventing miscarriages in the comment section below. I look forward to hearing from you.


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About the Author: Iva Keene MRMed. ND. - Natural Fertility Specialist

Iva Keene is co-founder, creator and award-winning author of the NFP Program and director of She holds a Bachelor Degree in Health Science in Naturopathy and a Master Degree in Reproductive Medicine. She has been a qualified and internationally accredited Naturopathic Physician for over 15 years. Since founding NFP in 2008, Iva’s articles, videos, guides, and reports have reached over 1.3 million people. Iva has dedicated her professional life to supporting couples on their path to parenthood with scientifically grounded information, protocols, and coaching around preconception care, natural infertility treatments, and integrative reproductive health.