Timing Is Everything

Timing for a Baby is Everything

I thought the pregnancy would be easy, it was anything but. Three months along, I started bleeding. I went to the doctor’s office and found out my levels were off.

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Words Woman May Find Hurtful After Miscarriage

I have been told each of these statements at some point during my losses and although it can be difficult to know what the right thing to say is and most people genuinely mean well, here is why I find these statements so hurtful

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Helping a Friend Through a Miscarriage

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When you have a friend that has had a miscarriage there is a lot you can do to help her. Many times we are afraid to say anything because we don’t want to say the wrong thing but not saying anything at all can be just as bad

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The Heartbreak of Miscarriage

Miscarriage heartbreak

Women who suffer the loss of a child during pregnancy often feel alone in their grief and pain. Miscarriage is defined as the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy.

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No Matter When it Happens, Loss of a Pregnancy Can Be Devastating

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I woke up one morning and after four weeks of nausea, fatigue and strange cravings, I felt “normal,” which seemed wrong. Everyone reassured me there was no reason to worry. I’d seen a strong heartbeat at a six-week ultrasound, I’d had no cramping or bleeding, and it is normal for pregnancy symptoms to fluctuate. But I just knew in my gut something was wrong

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Delay Pregnancy After a Miscarriage?

pregnancy after miscarriage

A miscarriage is the natural loss of a baby before the twentieth week of pregnancy. Experts say many pregnancies end before a woman even knows she was pregnant. Up to twenty percent of known pregnancies end in a miscarriage

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