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This Is Why It's Important To Talk About Miscarriage

5 monthes ago   |   By Scary Mommy

My OBGYN waiting room, which was once a space where I happily awaited hearing my baby's heartbeat, now became a ticking time bomb to my doctor telling me what I already knew inside: I had lost my baby.
There are myriad things that suck about miscarriage. Its physically horrible, emotionally draining, mentally unbearable, and turns your world upside down. But other mamas in my life who opened up to me and told me about their experiences demonstrated a breathtaking sense of bravery that shouldn't go unnoticed about the resiliency that is female.
It wasn't until after I lost my baby at 10...
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