The most common other cause of miscarriage is physical trauma.
Anything trauma that can cause the fetus to become partially or completely dislodged for its anchor point in the vagina will result in a miscarriage.
NO, Nature will takes it's place. If you do do things that could cause a miscarriage it sitll may not and the baby would then have a birth defect, learning defect of somesort. There are other options if you do not want to have a baby. There is always adoption, and worse case an abortion.
Yes, it will cause birth defect.
No, normal physical activity does not cause miscarriage.
A miscarriage may cause vaginal irritation.
No, the smell of cat litter cannot cause a miscarriage.
Yes. LSD is known to cause uterus contractions, which can induce a miscarriage.
No, sperm doesn't cause early miscarriage.
You mean the morning after pill? No that does not cause miscarriage.
Yes cmv is a major cause of miscarriage and their is no cure available for it at this time!
learn about Prolactin at http://www.conceivingconcepts.com/learning/articles/prolactin.html Hi...you will have a better picture on this issue with the below. Hyperprolactinemia does not directly cause miscarriage. However, Hyperprolactinemia may contribute to luteal phase defect. The luteal phase is a part of the menstrual cycle. It is the time between ovulation and the start of the next period. Most of the time, the luteal phase lasts for between 10 and 14 days. If your luteal phase lasts less than 10 or more than 14 days, it is referred to as a luteal phase defect. If you conceive and you have a luteal phase defect, you may an early miscarriage. This is because that a luteal phase defect cannot sustain a pregnancy because the uterine lining in these women begins to break down, bringing on the menstrual bleeding and causing an early miscarriage. http://www.amazingpregnancy.com/pregnancy-articles/441.html
No it can not.
No it will not.