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Miscarriage

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.

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It's Time to Normalize What Happens to the Body After a Miscarriage

Much to the surprise of many, the physical impact of pregnancy loss can linger for weeks and even months. This is what every parent should know to make the experience less isolating.

How I Told My Son About My Miscarriage

Talking about early pregnancy loss isn't always easy—especially when it comes to broaching the topic with your children. But sharing the details and grief of my experience with my son somehow felt deeply disconcerting and simultaneously sacred.

Teen Mom OG's Catelynn Lowell Reveals She Was Pregnant but 'Lost the Baby' on Thanksgiving

“I opened up about this only to help those who are experiencing the same thing to know that there’s someone else every day experiencing this,” the Teen Mom OG star wrote.

It's 2020: Why Are We Still Shaming Women for Opening Up About Miscarriage?

Meghan Markle’s New York Times op-ed detailing a July pregnancy loss received plenty of praise—but also criticism. When will we finally accept all parts of the motherhood journey?
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Like Meghan Markle, I Was Already a Mom When I Had a Miscarriage But That Didn’t Make It Hurt Any Less

"At least you have one healthy child," doesn't make a loss—or secondary infertility—any easier. I know from experience, so trust me when I say that now's the time to check in with your friends and not just assume they're OK.

People Are Calling for the Term 'Pregnancy Loss' to Be Used Instead of 'Miscarriage,' Here's Why

Following Chrissy Teigen's public announcement of her pregnancy loss, people on social media are calling for a change in how we talk about the topic.

We Need to Talk About the Financial Toll of Miscarriage

Pregnancy loss is an emotional, all too often silent issue—but it can also be a pricey one. Those who have been through it discuss the true costs while experts reveal ways to work around them.