Recently my friend told me that she experienced a miscarriage. Not sure how old was the baby (or rather fetus). Yesterday my nanny told me her friend has a similar situation. Losing a baby is hard to accept, both physically and emotionally for the mother. The hope of giving birth to the baby crashed without any warnings.
But the question is not about miscarriages, what puzzles me is why are there so many cases of miscarriage?
Is it our lifestyle? Or our diet? Or is it the stress? Or because more mothers-to-be are smokers?
I am not sure about it but one thing for sure is miscarriages are so common that you and I at least know someone who had gone through the pain of lost pregnancy.
To all of those who have experienced this, I’d like to advise that don’t give up and keep trying. But first, make sure you are fit enough to get pregnant after miscarriage. And also when you feel ready.
I found some websites specially for pregnancy after miscarriage: