Women who’ve experienced a miscarriage need as much support, love, and care as they can to be
able to cope with the pain and grief over the loss of a child. There are
many ways on how to cope and deal with miscarriage, but if you are
unable to deal with the pain and stress on your own, you might need more miscarriage support to help you get
back up on your feet. There
are many sources of support that you can tune in, some of which will involve meeting and getting to know other
women who have also experienced the exact same thing as what you’ve gone through. Who knows, you might also meet women who’ve lost more children and experienced much more
traumatizing experiences and are in need of just as much support as
Here are possible sources of miscarriage support that you can turn
Phone Support Hotlines
· Caring and Beyond: (403)
is a miscarriage support group in which couples can come and share their experiences, grief, and feelings
· Daily Strength: (1-314-947-6164)– a depression
support group for people suffering from all kinds of problems and issues. This is the hotline for those in depression due to
who’ve experienced miscarriage and who are in need of support can call this hotline.
National SIDS, Stillbirth & Miscarriage Hotline:
– offers couples who’ve suffered from miscarriage information, literature, crisis counseling, and the
Miscarriage Support Websites
· Angel Baby Baskets – this website offers miscarriage support through unique angel baby baskets given as
remembrances to couples who’ve suffered miscarriage
· Miscarriage Help – this is an online miscarriage support blog encouraging both men and women to share their
feelings about miscarriage and their losses
· Silent Grief – a website that offers miscarriage support to bereaved and grieving
Medical Websites on Miscarriage
· Infertility: Chem-tox.com
– a list of journal articles on miscarriage and
· FacSheets 27: Miscarriage
– a website with answers to basic questions that couples may ask when wanting to try
· Repro-med.net – a website built by Dr. Alan Beer, a reproductive immunologist who authored articles on
multiply losses and infertility problems.
He also answers questions posted in the site’s forums.
But among all of these sources for miscarriage support, it is through the support of the husband, family, and friends that women can cope and survive
miscarriage effectively and positively the most. Husbands can show their love, support, and care for their grieving wives by listening to
them, allowing them to cry on their shoulders, and taking care of them whenever they feel down and
depressed. Family members can also help by visiting once in a while and making sure that she is in
good health. Friends can also show their support by dropping by, talking and listening to her, and even
offer to take her shopping when she feels like it.
What’s important though is that you are willing and open to embrace and accept the support and
care given to you by people who love and care for you the most. Though it can be painful and
emotional, your family and friends only want you to be happy and to let you know that they are always there
whenever you need support in coping with your miscarriage.