When a woman becomes pregnant with a child she wants, most women do everything they can to protect the embryo's development. Unfortunately, despite her best efforts, it simply is not to be sometimes, and she miscarries. Here is what you need to know about miscarriage, which is potentially physically painful and almost always emotionally painful. What Is A Miscarriage?
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