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View clairebeautifullymade's Instagram As I sit down and read every single comment, text and direct message, I am blown away by the responses I’ve received. The number of women that have very similar (if not, the same) stories as myself is saddening and absolutely heart breaking, yet reassuring that once again, I am not alone.
We are not alone.
At my follow up appointment with my doctor, she told me that miscarriage happens. She even said “talk to your mother, grandmothers, aunts, friends, friends’ mothers, neighbors, co-workers, and mentors. I’m sure its happened to several of them too.” And the unwavering amount of responses I have received fully supports her statement.
Pregnancy and infant loss is something that no one ever talks about until you’ve gone through it and that is one of the most difficult parts about the whole thing.
I wanted to share as a way to heal but I had no idea how many other women have gone through the same.
Through reading everyone’s personal experiences and most loving words, I realized that this is as much of a healing experience for me as it is for those supporting and reaching out to me.
I am once again reminded that others needed to hear and relate to what I was feeling.
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As I sit down and read every single comment, text and direct message, I am blown away by the responses I’ve received. The number of women that have very similar (if not, the same) stories as myself is saddening and absolutely heart breaking, yet reassuring that once again, I am not alone. We are not alone. At my follow up appointment with my doctor, she told me that miscarriage happens. She even said “talk to your mother, grandmothers, aunts, friends, friends’ mothers, neighbors, co-workers, and mentors. I’m sure its happened to several of them too.” And the unwavering amount of responses I have received fully supports her statement. Pregnancy and infant loss is something that no one ever talks about until you’ve gone through it and that is one of the most difficult parts about the whole thing. I wanted to share as a way to heal but I had no idea how many other women have gone through the same. Through reading everyone’s personal experiences and most loving words, I realized that this is as much of a healing experience for me as it is for those supporting and reaching out to me. I am once again reminded that others needed to hear and relate to what I was feeling. - - - #jesuslover #godisgood #trustinhim #beforgiving #livepurposefully #risebeyond #knowyourworth #catholicwife #nfp #naturalfamilyplanning #catholiclife #ttc #ttcjourney #ttcaftermiscarriage #ttccommunity #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessday #pregnancylossawareness #pregnancyloss #miscarriage #iam1in4 #rainbowbaby #miscarriagesupport #miscarriageawareness #oneinfour #angelbaby #1in4 #babyloss #shareyourstory #shineyourlight #shinelight

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View ironandvalor's Instagram My heart broke over and over as I read so many people’s stories about infant and pregnancy loss. The excruciating pain those mommas have experienced.  I just sat and cried. Although I haven’t personally felt that pain, I have walked closely with some dear friends. And have experienced trauma and heartache. Praise the Lord for frankincense. In those times where the world feels so heavy, I put a couple drops on my wrist and a drop over my heart. #childloss #emotionalsupport #pregnancyloss #jesuscome 1628042926449638682_3248988673

My heart broke over and over as I read so many people’s stories about infant and pregnancy loss. The excruciating pain those mommas have experienced. I just sat and cried. Although I haven’t personally felt that pain, I have walked closely with some dear friends. And have experienced trauma and heartache. Praise the Lord for frankincense. In those times where the world feels so heavy, I put a couple drops on my wrist and a drop over my heart. #childloss #emotionalsupport #pregnancyloss #jesuscome

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View intouchfertility's Instagram I have been MIA for awhile because my family and I have been mourning the loss of our 2 babies. We have been pregnant twice in the last 2 months but have lost both babies. That is 3 babies lost this year. It has been an extremely painful time.  On October 15, we remembered our lost babies by join with other families at a balloon release put on by Hope Mommies. It was wonderful to not feel so alone. October is Pregnancy and Infant Awareness month. I miss you everyday Maryrose, Mary Catherine, Samuel and Anne! If you have lost a baby, you are not alone! #hopemommies #Iam1in4 #miscarriage #pregnancyloss #babylosssurvivor 1628029902011039863_2028222788

I have been MIA for awhile because my family and I have been mourning the loss of our 2 babies. We have been pregnant twice in the last 2 months but have lost both babies. That is 3 babies lost this year. It has been an extremely painful time. On October 15, we remembered our lost babies by join with other families at a balloon release put on by Hope Mommies. It was wonderful to not feel so alone. October is Pregnancy and Infant Awareness month. I miss you everyday Maryrose, Mary Catherine, Samuel and Anne! If you have lost a baby, you are not alone! #hopemommies #iam1in4 #miscarriage #pregnancyloss #babylosssurvivor

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View herwellness_owensound's Instagram ** warning** ⚠️ talks of loss 
I lite a candle and held space for pregnancy and infant loss ❤️ My reproduction mapped out with a miscarriage in between every live birth and then some. That's a great deal... the last being Belle August, into my second trimester and the medical issues that followed during this missed miscarriage. I became very ill, septic and riddled with infection that left me in the hospital for a while. The only pain I felt was the confusion I had watching the ultrasound machine and not seeing blood flow or a heartbeat present. My wee babe growing didn't want to let go- and neither did my body. 
We talk more about not wanting to talk about our experiences, which works for some but not all. We do our best growing at the edge of our comfort levels. So I send virtual hugs to all the parents out there during this week of sacred love and loss  and honour your daily strengths as you heal #herwellness #pregnancyloss #pail #infantloss #doula #goodbye #healing 1628021691560244786_4134186664

** warning** ⚠️ talks of loss I lite a candle and held space for pregnancy and infant loss ❤️ My reproduction mapped out with a miscarriage in between every live birth and then some. That's a great deal... the last being Belle August, into my second trimester and the medical issues that followed during this missed miscarriage. I became very ill, septic and riddled with infection that left me in the hospital for a while. The only pain I felt was the confusion I had watching the ultrasound machine and not seeing blood flow or a heartbeat present. My wee babe growing didn't want to let go- and neither did my body. We talk more about not wanting to talk about our experiences, which works for some but not all. We do our best growing at the edge of our comfort levels. So I send virtual hugs to all the parents out there during this week of sacred love and loss and honour your daily strengths as you heal #herwellness #pregnancyloss #pail #infantloss #doula #goodbye #healing

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View ocande___'s Instagram Pregnancy & Infant loss is a heartache faced by hundreds of thousands of parents around the world. October is the offical month of awareness where we acknowledge and honour our precious little angels who were lost too early by miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death. Sending so much love to the Mums and Dads out there who also have babies in the clouds ☁️☀️❤️ #pregnancyandinfantloss #miscarriage #stillbirth #spreadawareness #angels #angelbaby #pregnancyloss #october #miscarriageawareness #rainbowbabies #blogpost #infantloss 1628015743274448617_45994428

Pregnancy & Infant loss is a heartache faced by hundreds of thousands of parents around the world. October is the offical month of awareness where we acknowledge and honour our precious little angels who were lost too early by miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death. Sending so much love to the Mums and Dads out there who also have babies in the clouds ☁️☀️❤️ #pregnancyandinfantloss #miscarriage #stillbirth #spreadawareness #angels #angelbaby #pregnancyloss #october #miscarriageawareness #rainbowbabies #blogpost #infantloss

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View genesisandjoy's Instagram He'll carry us when we feel like we can't go on, when our burdens feel like too much. For that I am thankful.  1628001479468475036_4748238882

He'll carry us when we feel like we can't go on, when our burdens feel like too much. For that I am thankful.

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View wholeheartedfitmom's Instagram Transformation Tuesday...& a little about Guidepost #2...Self-Compassion
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October is pregnancy & infant loss awareness month...I know this because I have experienced loss & many close to me have as well...I usually anticipate this month...I usually anticipate October 4th...but this year I didn't, the month started, and I didn't think of it...when I realized we were into the month and past the 4th I immediately felt that yucky shame feeling...how could I forget the birth/loss date of my first baby...it's been 9  years, that's crazy...I can still remember how I felt even today...but how could I let the date go by without acknowledging it...
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I forgot because I am human...
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This is when I have to STOP myself...this is what has transformed in me as I am journeying to practice more self-compassion...instead of beating myself up for forgetting, I am working to just say...Life happenened-you didn't forget about him-you didn't forget that part of your journey-it's okay that you forgot-it's okay to give yourself grace...this isn't always easy, but it's less hard, because I keep practicing and I keep trying it...and overtime I am getting better at it. ❤️
J.J. was our first baby, our first loss, it crushed me, the hope & desire to be a Mom was very deep for me...I began to wonder if I could get pregnant, I went thorugh the hurt, pain, anger, sadness, and intense grief...it was real & it was hard...
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But I know all of you that might read this have yourself or know someone that has experienced pregnancy or infant loss...1 out of 4 of you girls reading this have...I just wanted to tell you- YOU ARE BRAVE & STRONG...
❤️ To all the little angels in heaven, please know you are all so very loved!!
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Transformation Tuesday...& a little about Guidepost #2...Self-Compassion ❤️ (If you aren't comfortable seeing images of miscarried baby please don't scroll further on photos) ❤️ October is pregnancy & infant loss awareness month...I know this because I have experienced loss & many close to me have as well...I usually anticipate this month...I usually anticipate October 4th...but this year I didn't, the month started, and I didn't think of it...when I realized we were into the month and past the 4th I immediately felt that yucky shame feeling...how could I forget the birth/loss date of my first baby...it's been 9 years, that's crazy...I can still remember how I felt even today...but how could I let the date go by without acknowledging it... ❤️ I forgot because I am human... ❤️ This is when I have to STOP myself...this is what has transformed in me as I am journeying to practice more self-compassion...instead of beating myself up for forgetting, I am working to just say...Life happenened-you didn't forget about him-you didn't forget that part of your journey-it's okay that you forgot-it's okay to give yourself grace...this isn't always easy, but it's less hard, because I keep practicing and I keep trying it...and overtime I am getting better at it. ❤️ J.J. was our first baby, our first loss, it crushed me, the hope & desire to be a Mom was very deep for me...I began to wonder if I could get pregnant, I went thorugh the hurt, pain, anger, sadness, and intense grief...it was real & it was hard... ❤️ But I know all of you that might read this have yourself or know someone that has experienced pregnancy or infant loss...1 out of 4 of you girls reading this have...I just wanted to tell you- YOU ARE BRAVE & STRONG... ❤️ To all the little angels in heaven, please know you are all so very loved!! . . . . #selfcompassionjourney #brenebrownquotes #infantandpregnancyloss #infantandpregnancylossawareness #infantloss #infantlossawareness #infantlossawarenessmonth #pregnancyloss #pregnancylossawareness #pregnancylossawarenessmonth

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View pregnancyafterlosssupport's Instagram "Tomorrow, look a little more closely into the eyes of each woman around you, for you never know if she is #oneinfour. Your bravery and willingness to be present will remind her that she is not alone." //  by @themotherhoodcollective 
Looking back at the #WaveofLight, I find myself most touched by the men and women who, while never having lost a child, choose to support those of us who have. This is how we know we're breaking the silence. 1627998328851315900_1698444785

"Tomorrow, look a little more closely into the eyes of each woman around you, for you never know if she is #oneinfour. Your bravery and willingness to be present will remind her that she is not alone." // by @themotherhoodcollective Looking back at the #WaveofLight, I find myself most touched by the men and women who, while never having lost a child, choose to support those of us who have. This is how we know we're breaking the silence.

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View carlymainland's Instagram This month is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. . 
I've spent some time in recent months reflecting on my experiences with miscarriage as I've had several friends experience it for the first time. Grief is a hard thing to put words to and yet I've found the exercise helpful and healing. .
For anyone who has suffered the significant loss of a miscarriage, I wrote this with you in mind. ❤️
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It’s almost laughable how much control we think we have in our lives, how much we imagine and perceive that really we are the ones holding our little world together, making it spin, creating it to be just as we’d like it to be. We have to laugh when the thing we thought we’d make for dinner burns, our car battery won’t start, the weather isn’t what we had hoped. Oh well, some times it is just totally laughable the way we don’t actually control everything we hoped we could… except when it isn’t. Except when it’s heartbreaking. Except when our disappointments are wrapped in grief and anguish, and confusion, and mixed up responsibility; except when another life is involved, and you’ll never see their face. Miscarriage. .
This grief is strange. Maybe all grief is strange and unique to each person and circumstance, but there is something unique about this kind of grief, I think often because it isn’t public like so often death is. That often isn’t the case with miscarriage and sometimes you didn’t even know you were pregnant. Sometimes no one knew but you and there is just something strange about grieving a stranger. .
Except they weren't a stranger. Who else has lived inside of you? Who else is wrapped up so deeply in your heart and actually physically attached to you on the inside? They know you more intimately than anyone ever could, and yet you never got to know them. Never got to feel them kick, or squirm within, come forth from your body and feel them against you on the outside. You never got to kiss their soft face and say ‘oh this is what you look like’; or hear their voice in a cry, and a coo, and a sigh, feel them sleep against your chest, and show them off to the world and say ‘look, my child!’ ... 1627991537332688732_473802009

This month is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. . I've spent some time in recent months reflecting on my experiences with miscarriage as I've had several friends experience it for the first time. Grief is a hard thing to put words to and yet I've found the exercise helpful and healing. . For anyone who has suffered the significant loss of a miscarriage, I wrote this with you in mind. ❤️ . It’s almost laughable how much control we think we have in our lives, how much we imagine and perceive that really we are the ones holding our little world together, making it spin, creating it to be just as we’d like it to be. We have to laugh when the thing we thought we’d make for dinner burns, our car battery won’t start, the weather isn’t what we had hoped. Oh well, some times it is just totally laughable the way we don’t actually control everything we hoped we could… except when it isn’t. Except when it’s heartbreaking. Except when our disappointments are wrapped in grief and anguish, and confusion, and mixed up responsibility; except when another life is involved, and you’ll never see their face. Miscarriage. . This grief is strange. Maybe all grief is strange and unique to each person and circumstance, but there is something unique about this kind of grief, I think often because it isn’t public like so often death is. That often isn’t the case with miscarriage and sometimes you didn’t even know you were pregnant. Sometimes no one knew but you and there is just something strange about grieving a stranger. . Except they weren't a stranger. Who else has lived inside of you? Who else is wrapped up so deeply in your heart and actually physically attached to you on the inside? They know you more intimately than anyone ever could, and yet you never got to know them. Never got to feel them kick, or squirm within, come forth from your body and feel them against you on the outside. You never got to kiss their soft face and say ‘oh this is what you look like’; or hear their voice in a cry, and a coo, and a sigh, feel them sleep against your chest, and show them off to the world and say ‘look, my child!’ ...

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View wytebuffalow's Instagram Day 17: Conscious Gratitude.... Struggling to post but I read through them every day! Every ounce of my gratitude goes to my better half, my rock! I know it took a toll on him too but he put aside all of his hurt to heal me. Stayed quiet when I insisted on working during and after yet held me together every night while I fell apart not once showing his weaknesses, Thank You! #captureyourgrief2017 #pregnancyloss #im1in4 #HeIsToo 1627989611634605643_189627739

Day 17: Conscious Gratitude.... Struggling to post but I read through them every day! Every ounce of my gratitude goes to my better half, my rock! I know it took a toll on him too but he put aside all of his hurt to heal me. Stayed quiet when I insisted on working during and after yet held me together every night while I fell apart not once showing his weaknesses, Thank You! #captureyourgrief2017 #pregnancyloss #im1in4 #heistoo

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View alwaysnelson's Instagram Capture your grief - Day 16: Make Believe
Sometimes I will be somewhere that I had been when I was pregnant with Nelson and I will imagine that this was all just a nightmare and when I blink my eyes I will be pregnant again. I’ll make believe that I will be transported back to that moment when he was still alive and I was still ripe with anticipation and that happy pregnancy glow. If only it was possible to turn back time.
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This is me and Nelson, at around 6 months pregnant. I miss him so much.
#captureyourgrief #captureyourgrief2017 #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessmonth #pregnancyloss #stillbirth #stillborn #stillbirnstillloved 1627987706313216955_6136861686

Capture your grief - Day 16: Make Believe Sometimes I will be somewhere that I had been when I was pregnant with Nelson and I will imagine that this was all just a nightmare and when I blink my eyes I will be pregnant again. I’ll make believe that I will be transported back to that moment when he was still alive and I was still ripe with anticipation and that happy pregnancy glow. If only it was possible to turn back time. ... This is me and Nelson, at around 6 months pregnant. I miss him so much. #captureyourgrief #captureyourgrief2017 #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessmonth #pregnancyloss #stillbirth #stillborn #stillbirnstillloved

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View mopshb_fcc's Instagram October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. Thank you to the brave women who go "First to Share Loss"

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October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. Thank you to the brave women who go "First to Share Loss" #mopsinternational #october #pregnancyloss #infantloss #mom #hb

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View briannaharvey17's Instagram October 15, we lit a candle (in our hotel room-sorry Liberty Lodge Branson) in honor of our little one that we never got to meet. Our angel was too beautiful for Earth and we will never forget the joy that you brought to our hearts in the short time I carried you. #gonebutneverforgotten #miscarriage #miscarriagesurvivor #miscarriageawareness #candle #october15 #pregnancyloss #family #love #neverforget #neverforgotten #light 1627967886567695206_182722111

October 15, we lit a candle (in our hotel room-sorry Liberty Lodge Branson) in honor of our little one that we never got to meet. Our angel was too beautiful for Earth and we will never forget the joy that you brought to our hearts in the short time I carried you. #gonebutneverforgotten #miscarriage #miscarriagesurvivor #miscarriageawareness #candle #october15 #pregnancyloss #family #love #neverforget #neverforgotten #light

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View calgaryrfp's Instagram Pregnancy loss is not a common topic of discussion but you are not alone. 15-20% of pregnancies are lost in the first trimester or early second trimester.

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Pregnancy loss is not a common topic of discussion but you are not alone. 15-20% of pregnancies are lost in the first trimester or early second trimester. #infertility #fertility #ivf #pregnancy #calgaryrfp #rfpcalgary #pregnancyloss #yyc

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View hmmomma's Instagram Thank you @averysgarden for adding my boys name to your beautiful tree!  #romanvinson #angelbaby #triploidyloss #pregnancyloss #triploidyawareness 1627964503240449666_5992291463

Thank you @averysgarden for adding my boys name to your beautiful tree! #romanvinson #angelbaby #triploidyloss #pregnancyloss #triploidyawareness

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View darlingmama's Instagram 
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'To heal means to make whole. The process of healing brings us back into balance with the whole of life. Therefore, when one woman heals she doesn't just heal herself, rather she heals the larger whole. When one woman heals and brings herself back into harmony, she sends out ripples. To those who came before her and those who will come afterward. She can never truly know the impact, but she can be sure that her personal healing will not just be felt by her. As she is brought into harmony, the whole planet is too.'
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. 'To heal means to make whole. The process of healing brings us back into balance with the whole of life. Therefore, when one woman heals she doesn't just heal herself, rather she heals the larger whole. When one woman heals and brings herself back into harmony, she sends out ripples. To those who came before her and those who will come afterward. She can never truly know the impact, but she can be sure that her personal healing will not just be felt by her. As she is brought into harmony, the whole planet is too.' - Rebecca Campbell, Rise Sister Rise.

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View annasfoundation's Instagram Continuing with Stillbirth Awareness Month, check out our new Resources page with helpful books and links for those grieving stillbirth.  Link in bio. 1627957691446317192_4481505153

Continuing with Stillbirth Awareness Month, check out our new Resources page with helpful books and links for those grieving stillbirth. Link in bio.

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View altariszka's Instagram Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Photo Challenge 
Day 17: Siblings or Rainbow Baby - we don't have any living children but hopefully  one day we will. 
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Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Photo Challenge Day 17: Siblings or Rainbow Baby - we don't have any living children but hopefully one day we will. #pregnancyloss #photochallenge #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessphotochallenge #norainbowbabiesyet

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View gettingzigiwithit's Instagram : May 29, 2014. Text: May 29, 2016 
Here's my husband being silly at my 8 week appointment while we waited for what seemed like forever to see the OB the first time I ever got pregnant. Minutes later, our giddy excitement turned to despair as we watched the OB measure and remeasure, trying unsuccessfully to find a heartbeat. She looked at us somberly as she apologized and told us that the baby had died. To say I was shocked is an understatement. My breasts had grown a cup size, I was exhausted, I had a glow - but most importantly I hadn't been bleeding! How could I have had a miscarriage? I had no idea that there was such a thing as a "missed miscarriage" - that sometimes a baby would die and a body wouldn't "expel" it for weeks or months. 
There's such a taboo about miscarriage in our culture and I felt so alone going through this.  I kept it to myself, only my immediate family knew what had happened. But one day I casually tried out mentioning my miscarriage in conversation. That first time it was at a prenatal yoga class (when I was pregnant again and from which I have a beautiful daughter). When I said that I had had a miscarriage, 3 out of the 5 women around me said that they too had had an early miscarriage. I had read how common it was, but had never in my almost 30 years on the planet heard any woman discuss it. I felt vindicated, and vowed I wouldn't shy away from talking about it. My miscarriage opened the door to learning more about women's health, connecting with other women, and getting involved in the birth field. 
So to all the women who've had miscarriages - you are not alone. You should not be ashamed. You should not have to hide your pain away. There was a life created, no matter how short-lived, and then it was gone in the blink of an eye. Your heart cracked open at the possibilities ahead, don't let it slam shut with sadness. Keep it open by talking about it, embrace this as part of your story, and know that you are loved by all the women that came before you and will come after you.
#miscarriage #miscarriageawareness #pregnant #loss #pregnancy #pregnancyloss #pregnancylossawareness #pregnancylossawarenessmonth #birth #ihadamiscarriage 1627954213403645513_3753169139

: May 29, 2014. Text: May 29, 2016 Here's my husband being silly at my 8 week appointment while we waited for what seemed like forever to see the OB the first time I ever got pregnant. Minutes later, our giddy excitement turned to despair as we watched the OB measure and remeasure, trying unsuccessfully to find a heartbeat. She looked at us somberly as she apologized and told us that the baby had died. To say I was shocked is an understatement. My breasts had grown a cup size, I was exhausted, I had a glow - but most importantly I hadn't been bleeding! How could I have had a miscarriage? I had no idea that there was such a thing as a "missed miscarriage" - that sometimes a baby would die and a body wouldn't "expel" it for weeks or months. There's such a taboo about miscarriage in our culture and I felt so alone going through this. I kept it to myself, only my immediate family knew what had happened. But one day I casually tried out mentioning my miscarriage in conversation. That first time it was at a prenatal yoga class (when I was pregnant again and from which I have a beautiful daughter). When I said that I had had a miscarriage, 3 out of the 5 women around me said that they too had had an early miscarriage. I had read how common it was, but had never in my almost 30 years on the planet heard any woman discuss it. I felt vindicated, and vowed I wouldn't shy away from talking about it. My miscarriage opened the door to learning more about women's health, connecting with other women, and getting involved in the birth field. So to all the women who've had miscarriages - you are not alone. You should not be ashamed. You should not have to hide your pain away. There was a life created, no matter how short-lived, and then it was gone in the blink of an eye. Your heart cracked open at the possibilities ahead, don't let it slam shut with sadness. Keep it open by talking about it, embrace this as part of your story, and know that you are loved by all the women that came before you and will come after you. #miscarriage #miscarriageawareness #pregnant #loss #pregnancy #pregnancyloss #pregnancylossawareness #pregnancylossawarenessmonth #birth #ihadamiscarriage

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