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If you have a miscarriage, it's important to know that it doesn't necessarily mean you won't be able to carry a baby to full term in the future.
While any loss is difficult and emotional, I also don't believe that miscarriage means you have to panic about your possibilities of motherhood. Miscarriages are very common, and one miscarriage ... Read More »
A miscarriage essentially occurs when there's a hemorrhage in a layer of tissue in the uterus. The bleeding causes a breakdown of tissues next to the ovum, and that stimulates uterine ... Read More »
About 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and it's likely that half of all fertilized eggs have chromosomal abnormalities and are flushed out before you even know you've ... Read More »
Many miscarriages are due to chromosomal abnormalities, and the abnormality is a random, DNA Russian roulette. Chances are very good that your next pregnancy will go perfectly well. There are a few ... Read More »
There are so many things that need to go right for a pregnancy to go full-term, it’s a wonder we can reproduce at all. And when one thing doesn’t go right, it can mean a miscarriage. Sometimes ... Read More »
If you are taking the time to read this, I am guessing you, or someone close to you, has suffered a miscarriage. First, let me say, I am sorry for what you are going through. I had three in a row, ... Read More »
If you are experiencing a miscarriage, you may wonder, “What happens now?” There are a few options to clear the pregnancy from your uterus. All three have the same end result, but they are very ... Read More »
One of the lessons I am trying to learn in life is to see the glass as half full. It changes the way I react to upsetting news, to a disappointing event, and even to really bad stuff in my life. My ... Read More »
I remember my first miscarriage like it was yesterday. I think it was the complete shock of it that seared it into my memory. I was 9 weeks pregnant, and we had heard the baby’s heartbeat, and ... Read More »

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