Sharing news of your pregnancyMany people are so excited about their pregnancy, that they share it with the world on social media like Facebook and other sites. The problem is, if things don't go as planned and a woman miscarries, it creates a dilemma as to how to handle it.
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I was pregnant before I ever had a facebook account, however, we were very careful not to tell anyone about my pregnancy until I had finished my first trimester and we were fairly certain the pregnancy would make it. Here is one woman's story:
"Facebook made it infinitely harder," says Jenna Lemaster of Palm Desert, Calif., who miscarried at 18 weeks. "I chose to take down the pictures and my postings about the pregnancy," but then she felt guilty. "I didn't want to pretend like it never happened, but I had to remove it so I could heal and not have a constant reminder."
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