Between 8 and 10 miscarriages occur during the first trimester and it can be emotionally difficult because the woman or the couple themselves go through a feeling of grief and loss.
It is important to clarify that the miscarriage is not caused by something the woman has done, that is, normal activities such as working, exercising, taking her medications.
Some of the things that can cause miscarriage initially is due to the fertilized egg having an abnormal number of chromosomes, some diseases, a very serious infection, or a major injury.
If miscarriages are not treated in time they can be very dangerous. It is best to consult a specialist if you have symptoms that may cause you to be alert. Some may be:
- Vaginal bleeding or spotting
- Severe pain in the abdomen
- Strong colic
Although not all abortions can be painful, most women go through severe cramping and vaginal bleeding is also common. There is no single way to feel after going through this. You may feel a mixture of emotions including disappointment, despair, shock, guilt, grief, and relief, and sometimes all at the same time.
Some of the tips for coping with this include taking care of yourself physically and emotionally. Also try to surround yourself with caring and caring people who will give you comfort.
The time it takes to heal emotionally after a miscarriage is different for everyone. There are many support groups online where you can connect with others who are going through the same thing as you.
Meghan Markle’s hard moment
The Duchess of Sussex recently wrote a letter in ‘The New York Times’ where she revealed that she recently lost her second child.
He said that while he was with his son, Archive, changing his diapers, fell to the ground with him in his arms after he felt severe pain. The strongest part of this was when she said that she knew while holding her first child she was losing the second.
This column was called “The Losses We Share” and expressed that when she was in the hospital going through this bitter moment she held on to the hand of her husband Harry. “I kissed her knuckles, wet from both of their tears. (…) I tried to imagine how to recover ”
With information from Planned Parenthood.