5 Tips to Deal With Miscarriage

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Experiencing a miscarriage is absolutely tragic and devastating. It’s saddening and many people are affected for a long time as it leaves a magnificent pain in their heart. In fact, sometimes people can never get over the fact that they had a miscarriage but we have to manage ourselves to cope with it.

Take good care of yourself


Don’t let your emotions get the best of you. Don’t let it become a factor that contributes to damaging your health. Do things that make you happy which includes exercising, doing hobbies, eating healthy, talking to people etc.

Be grateful


If you have a loving supportive husband, be grateful of that. Think of all the things how he makes your life so much better. If you have a child already, focus on them and be grateful that at least you have a kid. It’s imperative to think positively.

Stop thinking about it


If you’re someone who gets negatively affected when thinking about the fact how you miscarried, it’s time for you to let it go. Stop thinking about the past and just focus on the present because you can’t change something that already happened.



Never be afraid to communicate with other people like your friends and family about your miscarriage. The worst thing you can do is to bottle up all your feelings and keep them to yourself. Express yourself, and let all the negative feelings that eat you inside out.

Get support


About 1 out of every 6 women will experience miscarriage. You aren’t the only person that suffers through this tragedy so think about that and acquire support from loved ones. These are the people that can make us happier and feel better.  



  • Ruben H says:

    Thank you for sharing…. i am so angry and feel alone even surrounded by people..
    This is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to cope with, it makes everything else seem so petty

  • Joan says:

    Going through a miscarriage is terrible

  • Donald Morrison says:

    I had a miscarriage at 4 months. Natural birth. I guess it wasnt ment. Though i miss him dearly.

  • Gerardo Soto says:

    I lost my baby two weeks ago. I was 12 weeks in size but the baby stopped developing very early. I had a d&c….grieving has been hard because im not close to home. Insensitive comments make it hard to be positive. Im angry and depressed and am thinking about having a memorial for our baby to help grieve

  • Ira Wong says:

    Today marks 9 years since I lost my son at 19w 5d. For me, it hasn’t gotten easier as with losing him went any chance I had to try again. My angel Oden, mummy loves you x

  • Cassandra says:

    I just recently had a miscarriage and me and my boyfriend tried for that baby, and it hurts so bad, it feels like something has been takin from me. I will go somewhere that I had just been to a week ago and think, “i was pregnant last time I was there”. Im so anxious to try again. 

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