How to Cope with Miscarriage

How to Cope with Miscarriage

Pregnancy is the most wonderful feeling ever. The idea of growing life inside you is fascinating and extremely delightful. However, a miscarriage can be devastating. It can crumple your joys and scar you for life. A miscarriage can even lead to broken relationships because something so demoralizing can affect both the partners in numerous negative ways. However, you should know that miscarriage is not the end of the world. You should look at it like a huge step back but not the end. You can still fight back and become successfully pregnant. All you need is some will power and determination to keep going. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

You are not the only one

Know that miscarriages are common, especially during early pregnancy. You are not the only one who has suffered such loss. You will probably need to stay in the hospital for a couple of weeks as your body copes up with the abrupt change and tries to come back to normal. Your doctor will monitor all these changes to ensure that everything is going smoothly. He might also discuss a few things with you such as your family history as well as your medical history to help him find out the cause of the miscarriage if he doesn’t already know about it. You may feel lonely and depressed at this time but you should always remember that this is very common and sometimes miscarriages occur for no apparent reason at all.

It is not your fault

Miscarriage has not just affected you. Know that your partner and your loved ones are just as shaken up by the loss as you are. It might take some time for you to overcome it especially if you planned everything right or if this is not the first time that it has happened to you. Whatever it may be, miscarriage is definitely a tragedy can even end up changing you. You may feel guilty, angry, overwhelmed, and shocked. You don’t need to feel guilty because it is unlikely that it was your fault at all. You will also feel sad, depressed, and extremely tired. You won’t be able to sleep and sympathy as opposed to comfort from loved ones can hurt you. Don’t restrict yourself. You can grieve and feel bad because it is indeed a great loss but you should never lose hope.

It is not the end of the world

As aforementioned, miscarriage is definitely not the end of the world. You can conceive again and successfully have a baby even if it is your second or third miscarriage. If the cause is unexplained, chances are high that you will have a baby the next time you are pregnant without the aid of any treatments. Only if your doctor suggests, you should think about other options of being parents.

Move on

There is no specific time duration for you to wait before getting pregnant. The most important thing is that you and your partner should be ready for it not just physically but also mentally. Also, the best time to start trying is after having two regular periods. It is not necessary but it is advisable. You should come to terms with what has happened and you should be willing to move on. Even if it takes time, there is no problem. You should recover completely before giving it another shot because stress and depression can also affect your fertility. Eat well, sleep well, relax, and be there for each other so that you cope up with it soon and try again.

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Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)