"Managing Miscarriage" is the newest initiative of One Generation.
Our culture refuses to talk about miscarriage, so very few women (or doctors!) know what to do or what to really expect when it happens- which is precisely why this new initiative is invaluable.
There is information on the website, as well as an in depth (free) eGuide.
Check it out here!
From the desk of Dr. Wittman
I miscarried 4 times before delivering a healthy baby. The heartbreak, the fear, the physical and mental anguish... 4 babies I never held in my arms.
Our culture refuses to talk about miscarriage, so very few women (or doctors!) know what to do or what to really expect when it happens. And it happens a lot- more than current statistics reflect.
Some celebrities have talked briefly about their painful experience, but ultimately it's glossed over outside of hushed message boards.
Especially how to get through it and recover at home.
I'm changing that.
"Managing Miscarriage" is a new nonprofit initiative to fill the void. It has been an emotional spilling of my medical knowledge, first hand experience, research, and conversations with other women.
The information and support is desperately needed, and being sought after every day with ~641 people searching for miscarriage information on Google every hour!
There is hope, and there are ways to rebuild naturally after a miscarriage.
Managing Miscarriage is an initiative of
One Generation, a 501(c)(3)
All mitochondrial DNA is inherited solely from the female lineage.