Miscarriage is a concern for many pregnant women. Here you'll learn about the factors that can contribute to a miscarriage. Plus resources to help you cope with your loss, and how soon after having a miscarriage can you try to get pregnant again.
Can drinking caffeine, getting too much exercise, or being in a bad mood really hurt your pregnancy? Two new studies reveal the truth about miscarriage risk.
If you're TTC or pregnant, you might be curious or concerned about miscarriage. Learn why miscarriage happens, its warning signs, and what to do if it occurs.
Do you have conflicting emotions about being pregnant again?
Roughly 15 percent of all known pregnancies end in miscarriage--but can anything help prevent a miscarriage from happening?
There are countless reasons for miscarriage to occur--and many of them are beyond your control. Get insight into the most common causes of miscarriage.
Learn more about healing physically and emotionally after a miscarriage.
Are you experiencing miscarriage symptoms--or just your standard-issue pregnancy problems? Learn how to determine what's normal, and what could be cause for concern.
You might have some concerns about getting pregnant after miscarriage, but you shouldn't. Many women have healthy babies after losing a pregnancy. Learn everything about conceiving after miscarriage.
A miscarriage can still happen, even without the typical symptoms of cramping and bleeding. What you need to know about missed miscarriages.
A proud mama honors the babies she lost with a stunning image of her newborn little girl.
After struggling with inferitlity, this couple was filled with emotion when they finally got to meet their rainbow baby. And luckily, a photographer was there to capture the precious moment.
Mom-to-bes can expect a fair amount of aches. Watch this trimester-specific guide on how to tell if your pain or cramping could be more serious.
Your baby should be doing plenty of kicking in your uterus in the third trimester. If you're concerned your little one isn't moving as much as he should, here's when to worry.
Spotting or bleeding can be a scary symptom when you are pregnant. Here's what you should know.
Here's how parents who have lost babies due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or illness are honoring the sweet souls they will never forget.
Coping with your feelings and with other people's reactions.
Dr. Siobhan Dolan explains how to handle irregular periods and spotting after a miscarriage.
Fetal heart rate can offer important clues about your developing baby's health. Dr. Erika Nichelson explains a potential link between fetal heart rate and miscarriage.
An estimated 2 million women in this country lose pregnancies every year, according to the American Pregnancy Association. Follow these do's and don'ts to make sure your words to a grieving friend are helpful, not hurtful.
Thankfully, bleeding during pregnancy doesn't always mean the worst has happened. Here's what you should know about this common symptom and when you should see your doctor.
Learn what symptoms of miscarriage to look for in your second trimester. Though late miscarriages are rare, they do happen.
This family welcomed not one but two rainbow babies in one year. See the gorgeous celebratory photo!
Cramping during pregnancy can be scary, but it's not always a sign of miscarriage? Here's what you need to know and when you should call your doctor.
Get the facts about this very common type of miscarriage in the first trimester.
A woman's chance of miscarriage depends, to some extent, on her background. Learn about four factors that can contribute to a higher rate of miscarriage.
Reality star Jamie Otis posted a photo of her heartbreaking loss on Instagram to help de-stigmatize the experience for other parents.