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Sunday, October 21, 2018

VISUALIZATION FOR PREGNANCY PROTECTION AND MISCARRIAGE PREVENTION

One of the ways I dealt with my fear of miscarriage was to visualize a white light around my pregnancy. Not only did the visualization process help my pregnancy, but it also helped to decrease my stress level.
My CD on  Meditation and Visualization (www.getpregnantover40.com) explains how I visualized.
 Here is a site that explains how the "white light" may help protect you and others:

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Simply visualize yourself bathed in a radiant white light. You can imagine it streaming down on you from heaven, or you can imagine it simply radiating out from you like your aura. Some teachers recommend that you visualize it impermeable like an egg shell. Others suggest you make it your own by adding any details that appeal to you, like purple stars or white diamonds, etc. You can also see yourself guarded by an invisible force field that is endless: it extends indefinitely above you, below you, and all around you. I like to BECOME the light, to imagine I'm so pure and bright that nothing shadowy can get anywhere near me. There really is no wrong way to do this, for the whole purpose is simply to get you focused AWAY from whatever is making you afraid or nervous, and focused ON well-being. The exact appearance of the white light is irrelevant; the important thing is the feeling of well-being that it generates within you.

As you're visualizing yourself surrounded by white light, remember that you are ever watched over by divine beings such as guides, angels, etc. Affirm that well-being abounds, and that no matter how bad things may look at the moment, miracles happen every day. "Know" deep down that one way or another, you will always find your way to well-being. Then project yourself into the future, vividly visualizing yourself as you desire to be.

 from: www.muse-net.com

Monday, October 15, 2018

DEALING WITH THE AFERMATH OF MISCARRIAGE

Miscarriage

Here is an article from a UK publication (mirror online) about miscarriage.
 It gives some good advice about how to deal with the aftermath and when to start trying again. Read more:

The truth about miscarriage
Up to one in four women lose their unborn child during pregnancy. Often they feel to blame and worry it will happen again.


SEE ALSO: MISCARRIAGE AND TEN THINGS (AND MORE) YOU MAY NOT KNOW (Getpregnantover40.com)

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GETTING THROUGH THE WORST - TOGETHER

1 Talk to each other. Many women say they need to talk about their experience over and over again.

2 Acknowledge the loss. The baby may have represented your hopes and dreams for the future. Try not to pretend they never existed.

3 Don't be afraid to cry or to see your partner cry - it's sometimes just what's needed.

4 Accept your differences. Your feelings may be different now or change in time. Be understanding.

5 Take stock. Accept that your relationship may be affected by what has happened but remember that you can influence whether it is for better or worse.

 (www.mirror.co.uk)

Sunday, October 07, 2018

DOCTOR SPEAKS OF HER OWN MISCARRIAGE

The Sensitivity Of The Doctor's Role After A Miscarriage

Guest Post By Uruakanwa Ekwegh

As a medical doctor and also a woman who has experienced a miscarriage, I have been on both the giving and receiving of care after a miscarriage. My experience of a miscarriage exposed me to a whole gamut of emotions that I had no idea were associated with this kind of loss. In fact, I was totally unprepared for how hard it hit me. This made me to wonder: if, as a medical professional, there was so much I did not know about miscarriage - how common it was and how devastating and alienating it could be - then there was a possibility that lay women would know much less than I did.
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In much of civilized society, particularly in the Western world, there is a lot of credence given to doctors ensuring that their patients are well informed; even when time does not permit in-depth conversations, reading materials are made available to answer questions and highlight key issues for patients to consider. In the United Kingdom, for example, the Miscarriage Association has leaflets that are usually given to women after a miscarriage by the nursing staff. These leaflets answer so many typical questions associated with this kind of loss and offer follow-up support.

SEE ALSO: HOW TO HAVE A MEMORIAL FOR YOUR LOST BABY (getpregnantover40.com) 


In the study I conducted among Nigerian women, the need for such support was made clear in some questions that were addressed by the study. When women who had admitted to having experienced a miscarriage were asked if the medical and nursing staff that handled their miscarriage treated them with sympathy and understanding, the overwhelming response, with 84% of the votes was, "Yes". This however reveals an unacceptable number of women who do not remember being treated with sympathy and understanding: approximately 1 in 6 women who had had a miscarriage.
Why are these figures important to any healthcare professional that wants to deliver quality care? In establishing the main sources of support these women have after a miscarriage, my study revealed that doctors and nurses were a more important source of support than even their parents, extended family or personal faith. In fact, the only source of support that had marginally higher votes was the spouse (or partner). If the healthcare staff is this important at such a scary, lonely and miserable time of their lives, then it is appalling that any one in such a capacity should be anything less than sympathetic or supportive.
However, the doctor's role goes beyond hand-holding or platitudes. The woman needs, as I have already hinted at earlier, to understand what happened to her: the possible causes, the reasons for the decisions that were taken in the course of her care and the possible emotional aftermath of her experience.
It is interesting that even though 84% remember being treated with sympathy and understanding, only 56% did not blame the doctors for their loss. This is proof that poor communication between doctor and patient is risky, giving rise to uninformed blame-placing. Paternalistic health care delivery does not work, especially when it is an issue as sensitive as pregnancy loss. Furthermore, it may affect future health-seeking behaviour; in the developing world where maternal mortality is a major problem, this is a risk that cannot be taken.
The role of the doctor in times of loss is very sensitive; we are not taught how to handle such roles in medical school. Some of us learn from personal experience; like me, we learn to do to other patients what we wish had been done for us. However, we all need to appreciate our importance in times like these and rise to the occasion.
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Dr. Uruakanwa Ekwegh is a Medical Doctor with a Masters degree in Public Health. She is the founder of the Miscarriage Support and Information Centre, committed to educating women and their carers on the effects of pregnancy loss on the physical, mental and social wellbeing of the woman, while also offering encouragement and support when needed.
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Tuesday, October 02, 2018

HAVING A SERVICE FOR YOUR BABY LOST THROUGH MISCARRIAGE

How to have a memorial service for your lost baby:

I realize I have readers with different religious backgrounds and beliefs, so if you want to incorporate
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prayers into your service, by all means do so. The items I used for my service were as follows:
1. A small baby doll (I used one that was just 2-3 inches long to represent my lost baby)
2. A song of your choice (I used "In the Arms of An Angel by Sarah Maclachlan)
3. I used a small crib which fit the baby doll (these dolls and cribs should be available at a craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels) and I used a small blanket to cover the baby - a small piece of fabric in a baby pattern cut to size would work for this.
4. A white candle and candle holder

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON MISCARRIAGE MEMORIAL AND REMEBRANCE (getpregnantover40.com)

Friday, September 28, 2018

STRESS LINKED TO MISCARRIAGE, STUDY SAYS

Miscarriage and Stress

I've written countless posts on stress, infertility and miscarriage.  The medical community frequently denies a link between stress and miscarriage, although most sources now acknowledge that stress can affect hormones.
I have more articles on stress, fertility and miscarriage at: www.getpregnantover40.com 
The stress hormone "cortisol" can rob the body of progesterone, which is needed not just to get pregnant and maintain your uterine lining, but it is needed throughout pregnancy ("progesterone = pro-gestation"
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researchers are recognizing that there are two facets to the link between stress and miscarriage. One is that a stressful life can contribute to miscarriage. The other is that the stress of multiple miscarriages can make subsequent miscarriages more likely.

A 2004 study published in New Scientist concluded that stress releases a "cascade of hormones" that can lead to spontaneous abortion. It followed 864 pregnant women – 55 of whom miscarried. Those who miscarried were more likely to have identified themselves as experiencing stress before or during pregnancy.

"We don't know it, but it's fair to say that the daily stress probably affects most of our bodily systems, including the reproductive tract," says Dr. Leondires. "There is data from research showing that stress can lead to menstrual dysfunction, which would indicate a probable link between stress and either infertility or miscarriage."

Finding a Link-Finding a Link Between Stress and MiscarriageDr. Leondires emphasizes that there are many known causes of miscarriage that have nothing to do with stress. In addition, a definitive cause for miscarriage can be found in only about 40 percent of cases. Still, the research on the link between stress and miscarriage is valid and ongoing.


from:  pregnancytoday.com

Sunday, September 23, 2018

IS D&C NECESSARY? NATURAL WAYS TO HAVE A MISCARRIAGE

D and C After Miscarriage Or The Natural Way

After having so many miscarriages, I can say that I would rather have a natural one, however there
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are times that a D & C is indicated.  For example, if your body has not expelled the nonviable pregnancy after waiting longer than six weeks (statistically, 80-90% of women will naturally expel a miscarried pregnancy within two to six weeks).  When I was trying to conceive, I was worried about scarring after a D and C and it meant that I had to wait to try to conceive again.
 Some of my miscarriage expelled so suddenly that a D & C wasn't even a consideration. This article discusses some pros and cons of surgical intervention:

 D AND C AFTER MISCARRIAGE (DO YOU NEED ONE?) getpregnantover40.com

see also:

HOW TO HAVE A NATURAL MISCARRIAGE (getpregnantover40.com)

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

CLAIRVOYANT SPEAKS OF EMBRYO CONSCIOUSNESS

A Willingness to Live - A Clairvoyant's View of Baby Psychology and Parent Psychology

Guest Post By Jean Mastellone

I am a clairvoyant with an unusual ability to see deeply into the human subconscious. I have worked as a clairvoyant researcher for over 20 years in a project whose objective was to discover the root cause of negative human experience. During that time, while tracking child, teen, and adult destructive behavior patterns, I have recorded hundreds of segments detailing the psychological
experience of the person's womb life. The following are some of my clairvoyant observations relating to prenatal psychology and life inside the womb.

Baby psychology and parent psychology are interconnected. We have much to learn about baby psychology and positive parenting. What typically goes on subconsciously and psychologically between babies and their parents is extremely influential and often shocking.

SEE ALSO: MISCARRIAGE, WHAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW (getpregnantover40.com) 


Willingness to live and grow
In order to stay and grow, an embryo body has many developmental obstacles to get through. There are zillions of connections that have to be made perfectly. This takes a degree of physical and mental health on the part of both baby and mother. The embryo consciousness, from conception, is participating in making those connections with his or her willingness to live and grow. The embryo's cooperation is a definite factor in personal health and development.
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This participation and cooperation became apparent to me while I was clairvoyantly reading a mother who had had two miscarriages and desperately wanted to keep her current baby. At first, I thought the embryo consciousness was "dormant" or sleeping, but later I saw that she in fact was actively and subconsciously communicating with her mother by expressing her willingness to live. The mother was "willing" her baby to stay and grow and the embryo was "willing" the same. Together, they were
getting through places of potential danger where certain hook-ups could have been weak or flawed. I sensed at that time that if people could consciously tap-into their full memory files, they would be able to remember exactly how their embryo body had been formed.
While observing a four-week-old embryo, I saw that the baby's mother had subconsciously put negative thought energy on her baby because she was extremely upset about being pregnant. Amazingly, I saw the natural energies in the DNA that were sustaining life and creating physical growth begin to push the mother's negative psychological energy out of the embryo's body, aura, and living space. This energetic activity clearly seemed to be a natural, spontaneous repelling action. It allowed the embryo to continue growing unimpeded by her parent's abrasive negative mental and emotional energies that were being directed toward her. I saw the same phenomena on several other occasions with different embryos. Nonetheless, this natural protective response seemed to occur only within the first eight weeks after conception.
Moving up in the womb world
The physical position of an unborn baby in the womb has psychological dimensions. I have repeatedly seen that an embryo's physical growth and psychological development were related to the mother's "energy centers" (Chakras) that are located in the lower portion of her physical body. In particular, the first, second, and third energy centers play a significant role during pregnancy and prenatal development. I found this remarkable.
I saw that conception occurred in the aura of the first energy center, the "survival center," at the base of the mother's spine. As the embryo grew and developed, the baby moved up into the area of the second center, which is the "feeling center." This is the area where emotional and sexual energies are felt, exchanged, and stored as "memory."
Waking up to feelings
When I observed an embryo first waking up to feelings, the baby was positioned in the mother's feeling center (second energy center) and was becoming a "feeling human."
The two-week old unborn babies in my studies began feeling and responding to their mothers' conscious and subconscious feelings and emotional states. As they grew and matured, they moved into the aura of the mothers' third energy center, which is the "activity center." At this point, the babies had become substantially larger, more physically developed, and more active,
The willingness to live is important at any stage in life. It means a willingness to be alive in the truest sense of those words. It means ongoing health on a mental, emotional, and physical level. This kind of aliveness requires right choices that we can all, anytime we are willing, naturally sense and choose that goal.
Prenatal psychology is a controversial topic primarily because of the abortion issue. Scientific studies directed toward identifying facts about prenatal psychology (conducted mainly outside the U.S,) have been ongoing for the past 40 years. Many scientific findings coincide with what I see when I look inside the womb.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

ENCOURAGING INFORMATION ABOUT PREGNANCY AFTER RECURRENT MISCARRIAGE

I'm not one who relies heavily on statistics, but if you are, you may be happy to know that the odds are in your favor to have a healthy pregnancy even after repeated miscarriage.
This study explains more:

The first - a Danish study that involved nearly 1,000 women - found two-thirds went on to have at least one child, mostly within five years of being diagnosed and referred to a recurrent miscarriage clinic, but often within a year of being seen. 

See Also: Are You More Fertile After A Miscarriage? (www.getpregnantover40.com) 

The second study, carried out in the Netherlands with 213 women, found more than 70% became pregnant after a year of trying for a baby, rising to over 80% or eight out of 10 after two years of trying.
And over half of all the women in the study gave birth to a healthy baby, within an average wait of 41 weeks to conceive.

from:  bbc.co.uk


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Monday, September 10, 2018

HCG AFTER MISCARRIAGE, WHAT HAPPENS TO PREGNANCY HORMONE?

What happens to HcG After a Miscarriage?

If you become pregnant, especially after infertility, you may "live and die" by your HcG numbers. Do you need more information about HcG levels in pregnancy and what the normal levels are? HcG stands for "human chorionic gonadotropin" - otherwise known as the pregnancy hormone. Women who have normal pregnancies may never deal with having HcG levels monitored (except to confirm a
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pregnancy). However, if you've undergone fertility treatments, you will probably have this test done after every cycle. There are a number of things which can affect HcG levels especially on home pregnancy tests. This is why most doctor's offices will use a blood test which is more sensitive and more accurate.

 CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON HCG LEVELS AFTER MISCARRIAGE AND SEE THE CHART OF LAB VALUES (getpregnantover40.com)

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

VITAMIN E AND VITAMIN C FOR MISCARRIAGE

Pregnancy Over 40, Miscarriage Over 40, Vitamins C and E May Help

The first thing I should say before you read the following article is that you should check with your doctor before taking anything in pregnancy.
 The article talks about the value of vitamin C and E especially in preventing pregnancy complications which lead to miscarriage. Read more:

SEE ALSO: FOODS FOR FERTILITY AND PREGNANCY (Getpregnantover40.com)

From the article regarding vitamin C:

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help the people they work with in the South American rainforests. Since I think supplemental C is valuable for all humans, I said “yes.” They took it from there, and for several years now have been giving multi-thousand-milligram doses of ascorbic acid powder to the natives daily. The result is that miscarriage and infant mortality rates have plummeted...
From the article regarding vitamin E:

Since the word "tocopherol" is taken from the Greek words for "to carry offspring" or "to bring forth childbirth," it is easy enough to see how Evan Shute and other obstetricians were drawn into the work. As early as 1931, Vogt-Moller of Denmark successfully treated habitual abortion in human females with wheat germ oil vitamin E. By 1939 he had treated several hundred women with a success rate of about 80%. In 1937, both Young in England and the Shutes in Canada reported success in combating threatened abortion and pregnancy toxemias as well. A. L. Bacharach's 1940 statistical analysis of published clinical results "show quite definitely that vitamin E is of value in recurrent abortions." 
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Sunday, September 02, 2018

ARE YOU MORE FERTILE AFTER A MISCARRIAGE? MAYBE....

I have heard many times that it might be easier to get pregnant after miscarriage.  There seems to be differing opinions on the subject.  I have devoted a page on my website (click here getpregnantover40.com)

Are you more fertile after a miscarriage?
There are many so called old wives tales that claim it’s easier to get pregnant after a miscarriage
(probably because of increased progesterone levels). Is it true? Well there may be some evidence that
you are more fertile after pregnancy loss, but the research is limited. One study conducted at the Boston University School of Medicine found a positive relationship between early pregnancy loss and subsequent fertility.[1]

[1] Wang X1, Chen C, Wang L, Chen D, Guang W, French J.
Fertil Steril. 2003 Mar;79(3):577-84. Conception, early pregnancy loss, and time to clinical pregnancy: a population-based prospective study
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