Posted on October 1st, 2020by RMANY

A Late Miscarriage: Why It’s Different and Tips for Coping

While a miscarriage is quite common prior to 12 weeks of pregnancy, a late miscarriage, which occurs between week 14 and 24, is not as common. Only 2-5% of pregnancies end in miscarriages after 20 weeks and when it does happen, there are many unique and complex emotional challenges. Dr. Georgia Witkin describes what you may experience after having a late miscarriage and some strategies for coping.

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