Sharing articles I find, discussing options you might consider & suggesting what might help. Each person is different, what works for one might really mess up another. So what you do with this info is entirely up to you! A Zen thought: A true expert is not the one with the most knowledge, but one who causes the most others to have knowledge.
At least 90% of the stories pre-date the Donor Egg era of 1990, or were a complete surprise to the over 44 year old mom-to-be. How can it be so rare, so impossible, such a miracle - when I can find so many???
My goal is to simply share stories I find online, for inspiration - to those trying - and comfort to those who find themselves unexpectedly pregnant! Sort of a "chicken soup for the TTC over 44y soul". Your stories & feedback are welcome!
Miscarriage stories of loss, hope & help. It's always devastating to experience a loss. It can cause you to feel alone, isolated. There's no 'right' way to feel - a range of reactions are possible & normal. In addition to the grief you may feel, your body will be undergoing some profound hormonal adjustments, which may make you feel very emotionally volatile. If you have had a miscarriage, take the time to understand better why these occur & why it is not your fault.