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Many miscarriages are still a mystery. A new test could give women faster answers.

Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEFeb. 10, 2020, 1:36 PM UTCBy Elizabeth ChuckSherisa Rivera and her husband, Will Rivera II, will never forget the first and only time they saw their baby’s heartbeat on an ultrasound. After two unexplained miscarriages, the flutter on the screen at Sherisa’s obstetrician’s office about seven weeks into her third pregnancy was a welcome sight.The Bloomfield, Connecticut, couple had no idea that less than 24 hours later, on Will’s birthday in September 2017, Sherisa would miscarry again.“At that point, we were just desperate for answers,” Sherisa, 33, said. “We had been told this is bad luck, mi ...