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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year!



Wishing you a safe holiday

I'll be back 1-5-10

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Happy Holidays!



Here's hoping you receive that which you want the most.

Have a safe holiday and holiday weekend.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Miscarriage May Distance You From Your Partner




I guess I was fortunate that for me and my husband, infertility and miscarriage brought us closer together (with the exception of the times I was on fertility drugs and I became a raving lunatic). But for many couples, infertility and especially miscarriage can put a wedge in a marriage or partnership. Here is an article from www.medicalnewstoday.com about how miscarriage can distance a relationship:

33% of women fell distant from partner post-miscarriage (www.medicalnewstoday.com)

Here is one important passage from the article:

"When women felt that their male partners failed to do things to show they cared, women perceived greater distance in their relationships," Swanson says. "However, when women perceived that their partners engaged in mutual sharing of feelings and experiences, they claimed to be closer interpersonally and sexually."

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

OTC Meds and Miscarriage




You probably already know that you need to watch what medications you're taking if you're pregnant. However, some over-the-counter meds can cause problems if you're taking them right before pregnancy. Many women who don't know they're pregnant may think they're having menstrual cramps (I experienced some cramping with all my pregnancies, even my successful one)and they might take something for the pain. Unfortunately, ibuprofen which is quite affective for cramps can also contribute to miscarriage. Read more:

www.pregnancy.org

From the article:

by Alan Greene, MD FAAP

Women who take aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, etc.), or naproxen (Alleve) during pregnancy or just before may have an 80 percent increased risk of miscarriage, according to a study in the August 16, 2003 British Medical Journal. The study was conducted at Kaiser Permanente in the San Francisco Bay Area.

When women first had a positive pregnancy test, they were asked to list any and all medicines they had been taking since their last menstrual periods. Use of the above medicines was associated with more miscarriages even after adjusting for fever or other symptoms, the mothers' age, hot tub use, smoking, or previous miscarriages. Those who took the above medicines in the days right around conception had a markedly higher chance of problems (a 560 percent increased risk, or 35 percent miscarriages). Most women who took the medicines for longer than a week lost their babies (an 810 percent increased risk or 52 percent miscarriages).

Friday, December 04, 2009

Miscarriage Support

Here is a good resource for women who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death:

Honored Babies


This site may provide the comfort and support that you need after a miscarriage or infant death. I usually suffered in silence after my losses, but it would have been helpful to have some support as offered by this site.

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Does H1N1 Vaccine Contribute to Miscarriage?

I'm starting to hear about how the H1N1 vaccine may not be safe for children or pregnant women. I've posted some resources here so you can educate yourself and make your own informed decision. Read more:




Here is another resource called Organic Health which talks about a possible association between miscarriage and the vaccine:

organichealthadviser.com

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