Some women manage to carry their baby to full term, while some women are not able to. Miscarriage occurs more often than we think and yet it is not talked about as much as other aspects of pregnancy. For those who have suffered a miscarriage, their grief is often swept under the rug and they are often expected to function normally as soon as possible. Due to this, we have dedicated a section to miscarriage. Learn more about miscarriage, the facts and the myths surrounding it, and how to cope with it.
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- Things to avoid during pregnancy that cause miscarriage
- Miscarriages myths and facts: Is it easier to get pregnant after a miscarriage?
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