24-Year-Old Woman Was Left Deeply Shocked After Her Friend's Response To Her Miscarriage
The loss of a baby before the 20th week is called miscarriage and it happens when an embryo or fetus dies. On average, 10-20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage in the first trimester. Although miscarriages are fairly common, they can be emotionally difficult and heartbreaking.
This kind of pregnancy loss often happens even before a woman knows she is expecting. Researchers insist that neither normal activities like sex, physical exercises, work or minor injuries can provoke a miscarriage. The most common reasons for a pregnancy loss are serious infections, severe forms of diabetes or an abnormal number of genes in the fertilized egg. Women who've experienced miscarriage often feel profound grief and devastation.