Medical literature will tell you that a miscarriage is defined as the spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks gestation.
Miscarriage survivors will tell you it is having something so profoundly sweet and precious taken from you that it leaves you empty, cold and lonely.
Each woman who has suffered through a miscarriage will have her own unique view of it and how it affected her life, but for this post, these are my perceptions of losing a baby in the early weeks of pregnancy. All of us react differently to circumstances forced upon us, but I’ll give you my story and my reactions to it.
My first miscarriage happened only 10 months after we were married. But I was simply devastated.
How can a woman truly describe the pain of losing a child you never held in your arms? Some people think a woman shouldn’t have to grieve the loss of a baby in early pregnancy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Click here to read the full article at Little Natural Cottage.
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