Pregnant after a miscarriage
Being pregnant after a miscarriage, how to deal with post-miscarriage emotions and looking to the future with your next pregnancy
Posted: 20 January 2011
by Roisin Johnson
Being pregnant after a miscarriage
Do you feel happy one minute and pure dread the next? Don't worry, it's completely normal to feel
a roller coaster of emotions when you're expecting a baby again after having a miscarriage, and worrying for fear of history repeating itself.You’re not alone in feeling this way once you get pregnant again after having a miscarriage.
“However you’re feeling, it’s important to cope with your emotions in a way that feels right for you,” says Barbara Hepworth-Jones, from The Miscarriage Association. “While one woman might want to talk openly about her feelings during her pregnancy, another may want to put the miscarriage behind her.” Whatever stage you’re at, here are six pieces of advice that will help.
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