10-20 % of pregnancies may end in miscarriage. Miscarriages mostly occur in the first trimester of pregnancy. The emotional impact usually takes longer to heal.
Miscarriages otherwise known as spontaneous abortions, usually occur when the foetus doesn’t develop normally inside the womb. The exact causes of miscarriages aren’t known yet. But it’s believed that miscarriages may happen when there are problems with the baby’s genes or chromosomes.
A miscarriage is when an embryo is expelled from the uterus before the due time. The first sign is heavy bleeding accompanied by abdominal or back pain and cramping. Certain health conditions in the pregnant mother may also cause a miscarriage, including:
· Uncontrolled or undiagnosed diabetes
· Viral/bacterial infections, including sexually transmitted infections
· Hormone problems, such as thyroid or adrenal gland conditions
· Lupus and other autoimmune disorders
Deep sadness and grief after a miscarriage is normal due to emotional attachment with the baby. In some women, these feelings might lead to depression. Recovering from a miscarriage both physically and emotionally needs time and patience. But many women who experience pregnancy loss have successful pregnancies later on.
However, life is so full of unexpected and unexplained things and situations that sometimes, a tragedy may strike. Yes, miscarriage is the word - the most painful experience for any pregnant woman.
We have compiled a few sessions that will help heal the sufferings of mothers coping with miscarriage.
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