These sites are good starting points for learning about miscarriages.
Anti-Mullerian Hormone and Miscarriage
Low levels of Anti-Mullerian hormone may mean a woman is at greater risk for miscarriage.
Basic Knowledge of Miscarriage
Most people have a basic knowledge of pregnancy yet few people seem to understand how common miscarriage is. How come we're not learning about this in 7th grade health class?
Internet rumors abound about a celebrity miscarriage. If it's true I wish her healing and the courage to speak.
Chemical pregnancy is a term you hear a lot lately. Just what is a chemical pregnancy and how does it relate to miscarriage?
Communication After Miscarriage
With texts, tweets and Facebook we have faster communication but are really as well-connected as we think?
Doctors should treat you with compassion after a miscarriage. Here are some things you deserve.
Coping With Miscarriage With Technology
Technology may give you some additional coping resources after you've had a miscarriage.
Domestic Adoption After Miscarriage
Domestic adoption may be an option after miscarriage.
Eden's Memoir Will Talk About Miscarriage
Barbara Eden is writing a memoir, due out next year which will talk about her experience with pregnancy and infant loss, among other things.
H1N1 Flu and Miscarriage
Everybody's talking about the H1N1 virus or swine flu. Does it contribute to miscarriage?
Healthy Breathing After Miscarriage
Paying attention to your breathing can be an effective tool in healing from miscarriage.
Interview With Dane Terrell
Dane Terrell is an independent film maker whose current project, the film Casey, has miscarriage as one of its central themes.
Junk Mail After Miscarriage
Getting baby-related email or mail can be devastating after a miscarriage. Here's how to make it stop.
Lingering Depression After Miscarriage
If you've had a miscarrage, you could be plagued by anxiety and depression for years.
Manicurists and Miscarriage
Workers in nail salons may be at a higher risk for miscarriage.
Medical References: Miscarriage [offsite link]
This is a wonderful fact sheet from the March of Dimes that addresses all aspects of miscarriage, from grief to potential causes. It also addresses recurrent miscarriages.
Miscarriage & Dehydration
Miscarriage can be caused by dehydration.
Miscarriage & Expectant Management
Expectant management is a technique you and your doctor may decide to use if you suffer a miscarriage.
Miscarriage and Feeling Alone
Having a miscarriage can make you feel incredible alone but many women have had this experience. Hereīs how you can feel a little less isolated.
Miscarriage and Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is a disease whose symptoms include chronic pain and poor sleep. Is there a connection between the condition and miscarriage?
Miscarriage and Heart Attack
A new study finds that recurrent miscarriage may increase your risk of a heart attack later in life significantly.
Miscarriage and Loss Nook [offsite link]
This is a compilation of articles dealing with pretty much all aspects of miscarriage, and it makes for an interesting read.
Miscarriage and Social Media
Should you post news of your miscarriage on Facebook?
Miscarriage and the Language of Moms
We really only have one word for mother in our culture but maybe we should expand that to be more inclusive.
Miscarriage as Secondary Infertility
If you have a succesful pregnancy followed be a miscarriage it can be very upsetting.
Many awareness groups have brought understanding to their particular issues. How come we donīt seem to have a miscarriage awareness movement?
Miscarriage is More Common Than You Think
Miscarriage is more common than most people realize. Unfortunately, itīs not talked about very often.
Miscarriage Overview [offsite link]
This site offers a decent impersonal overview of miscarriage, including symptoms, causes and tests to request. However, it includes some of the terminology I object to such as calling miscarriages "abortions" and also doesnīt address the hormonal imbalance issue, which has growing scientific evidence.
Miscarriage Prevention & Folic Acid
Taking a folic acid supplement is a samll thing you can do to prevent miscarriages.
Miscarriage Reference in a Movie
A miscarriage reference (or perhaps reference to infertility) pops up in a kid's movie. Good for them!
This article is about a touching You Tube video about miscarriage.
A missed miscarriage is when pregnancy ends but the fetus or embryo is not expelled from the uterus. While less common than other types of miscarriage, it certainly does happen.
New Blood Test May Decrease Miscarriage
A new maternal blood test will be able to screen for Downs Syndrome. Previously, the most effective way to screen for the condition was amniocentesis which carries a risk of miscarriage.
No Answers After A Miscarriage
It can be frustrating to have no answers after a miscarriage. Here are some ideas to help you combat a lack of information.
No Doctor After Miscarriage
Most women who have a miscarriage consult with a doctor but some women are reluctant to take that path.
October 15 and Miscarriage
October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. There are lots of ways you can honor your loss.
October 15, 2011
October 15 is pregnancy and infant loss remembrance day.
Reborn Dolls and Miscarriage Healing
Reborn dolls are incredible lifelike but can they really help you heal from a miscarriage?
Resources After Miscarriage
Resources of books to read, websites to visit or people who can help may be hard to come by after miscarriage.
Review of Miscarriage Song
Finally someone has written a song specifically about miscarriage.
Second Trimester Miscarriage
Second trimester miscarriage is a little less common than miscarriage in the first trimester but can be just as devastating or more so.
Sharing Pregnacy News
If someone you care about has lost a baby, sharing news of your pregnancy can be tricky. Here are some hints.
Sharing the News of Your Loss
It can been awful to have to tell people you've had a miscarriage. Here are some tips that might make it a little easier.
Should You Ditch Your Doctor?
If youīve had a miscarriage you may wonder about changing doctors. Hereīs some advice about whether to keep yours or go with somebody new.
Study to determine if miscarriages can be prevented [offsite link]
Researchers at a St. Louis medical school are experimenting with metformin to see if it may play a role in reducing recurrent miscarriage rates.
The Centering Corporation
This is a review of the Centering Corporation which offers a wide variety of resources on dealing with grief.
What is a threatened miscarriage?
What is Threatened Miscarriage
What is a threatened miscarriage and what can you do about it?
Workplace Sensitvity & Miscarriage
How were you treated at work after your miscarriage? Some workplaces could use some work.
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