Miscarriage: Supportive Tender Loving Care May HelpI used to think that a doctor or nurse's "bedside manner" really didn't mean much. I just wanted good care. I recall dealing with a number of different healthcare professionals who just did not know what to say to a woman who suffered this type of loss. I got everything from, "You can always adopt", to a blank stare and a fast exit out of the room. I was surprised because people who work in OB/GYN must see quite a few women who experience miscarriage. You would think they would know better.
But this article talks about how support from your health professionals can actually have an affect on future pregnancy success
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In the first study, researchers screened 195 couples with recurrent miscarriages and found identifiable causes of the miscarriages in 56%. In the remaining couples with no abnormalities, 86% of couples receiving counseling and support carried their pregnancies to term as compared to 33% who received no special care.