After Miscarriage

After Miscarriage

Medical Facts and Emotional Support for Pregnancy Loss

Book - 2008
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In this supportive and comprehensive guide for women and their partners who have experienced one or more miscarriages, Danielsson uses both personal experience and expertly reviewed, carefully documented medical information to advise readers about topics including when to seek testing, how to choose the right doctor, when to try for another pregnancy, and how to deal with anxiety. The book includes anecdotes from women who have miscarried, inspiring stories from couples who have had a baby after losing one, and a chapter just for dads. After Miscarriage is an invaluable resource that will help couples move forward from pregnancy loss.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Common Press, [2008]
Copyright Date: ©2008
ISBN: 9781558323544
Branch Call Number: 618.392 DAN
Characteristics: xx, 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm


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JewelMcLatchy Dec 11, 2013

First few chapters were relevant enough and touched such a raw place that I went out and bought my own copy. Great resource for both women who have been through a miscarriage and for family members, spouses, friends, etc. who want to be able to support the woman in need. If it can't be read too close to the loss, I would still recommend it as part of the healing process even a few months later.

Jul 22, 2012

The author wrote this book after experiencing three miscarriages. She acknowledges that she is not a medical practitioner or psychologist and emphasizes that her book should not serve as a substitute for a physician's advice. As the catalogue description says, the book is a balance between the emotional and technical. What this book does very well is acknowledge the grief of miscarriage and pregnancy loss. If only more books on this topic would begin with the words: "I offer you my condolences for having felt compelled to pick up this book. You are probably feeling alone and in a place that no one should ever have to be..." It goes on to offer hope to readers. I found it an affirming read in light of my own struggle with recurrent miscarriage. Information about medical tests is written from an American perspective, which Canadian readers should keep in mind.

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