Pregnancy loss can be devastating. Whether you are talking about a first trimester miscarriage or a late pregnancy stillbirth - it's something no one wants to experience. About.com Guide to Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss
, Krissi Danielsson is a great resource for your questions. Here are some of her helpful articles.
Many women have suffered a miscarriage. The good news is that the vast majority go on to become pregnant again. But if you are pregnant after a miscarriage you may have a lot of questions about your medical care, your emotional state and what are the odds you'll suffer another pregnancy loss.
If you're pregnant and having signs or symptoms that you don't understand, it is easy to fear the worst. Whether it's bleeding or lack of fetal movement, it can be really scary. Here are some of the answers to the most common questions that you have when experiencing something out of the ordinary.
There are very few resources as through at Krissi's list of common questions about having a miscarriage. She has a lot of the questions that are normally asked when someone is having a pregnancy loss. But even more than questions, her answer are filled with fact and compassion.