6 signs that mean you could be having a miscarriage
Miscarriages, though not often discussed, are more common than most realize.
According to the March of Dimes website, 10 to 15% of known pregnancies result in a miscarriage, and about 1% of women have repeat miscarriages.
Karin Ajmani, president of healthcare services at Progyny , is a part of the 1% of women who have experienced repeat miscarriages and says that it is one of the worst things to go through.
"After my miscarriages, all I wanted to do was curl up in a ball and isolate myself. Everything was all of a sudden gone," she said. "After suffering so many, it came to a point where I would wait until my second sonogram at eight weeks to get excited and hopeful about the pregnancy. I had to play this game with myself and find the silver lining. It was the only thing I could do for myself and my only solace."
Although Ajmani was able to notice the signs of a miscarriage after her initial encounter, Dr. Alan Copperman, told INSIDER that miscarriages can happen without a woman knowing it.
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