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(03) 9416 2802

 

Email

info@drstephencole.com.au

 

Fax

(03) 9495 6491

 

Address

Suite 109, 320 Victoria Parade

East Melbourne, VIC 3002 

 

My private consulting rooms are located on the ground floor of the Epworth Freemasons Day Procedure and Maternity Centre in East Melbourne.

 

Getting There

Underground parking is available for a fee. There is also limited on-street metered parking in the area.

 

The number 12 and 109 trams stop right outside the building, and the number 11 and 30 tram stop is a 5 minute walk away.

 

The number buses also stop right outside the building.

 

Train access is via Parliament station, which is a 10 minute walk away

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Recurrent Miscarriage Investigation & Treatment

Dr Stephen Cole is a certified obstetrician in Melbourne, who specialises in many different areas of pregnancy, birth and their complications. Low to high risk pregnancy care, multiple pregnancies, reccurerent miscarriage, maternally-assisted caesarean section, maternal-fetal medicine and fetal surgery are among his areas of expertise.  Recurrent miscarraige treatment is one focus area that Dr Stephen Cole understands implicitly and has boundless experience assisting his patients through this difficult and traumatic time.

 

Recurrent miscarriage treatment

There are options for treatment of recurrent miscarriages that are caused by autoimmune disorders. Dr Stephen Cole and his team can conduct a full battery of tests to determine exactly what intervention is needed to have an optimal outcome. Your questions will be answered and once the test results are returned a full report can be explained in detail to you. The most effective autoimmune miscarriage treatment will be determined by Dr Stephen Cole and a fully tailored plan will be put in place. IVF and reproductive immunology are a part of the solution, including hormone therapies and thyroid stimulating treatments. Women who suffer an autoimmune or clotting problem can be treated with a low dose of heparin or aspirin to thin their blood. This can be taken during pregnancy in order to lower the risk of miscarrying the baby.

 

Book an appointment with us today

If you have any questions or enquiries please feel free to contact us on the following details provided below or alternatively you can complete our online enquiry form also located below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

Autoimmune miscarriage treatment FAQs

Is my immune system causing miscarriage?

Pregnancy can trigger a new autoimmune disorder or exacerbate an exitisng condition, so yes this could be a cause of your miscarriage. This can interfere with a pregnancy being carried full term, or in some instances can cause harm to the baby. Antibodies that the mother produces during pregnancy can enter the baby’s system and have an impact on its growth and development.

 

Is it safe to get pregnant with autoimmune disease?

Plenty of patients with autoimmune conditions are able to carry a baby to full term and have very successful pregnancies. It is important to start thinking about having a conversation with your doctor ahead of conception so you can be fully prepared for different outcomes.