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Hi all:

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Start your own fundraising duck at munchkin.com to raised money for a great cause.

I love to do this every year since I found out a dear friend was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Pass the info on your friends and family!
Have a great day!


More info on ureaplasma


I found a website that more information on ureaplasma.

AF is Aunt Flow, your auntie or friend who comes every month when you don’t want her!

Mine’s started yesterday and it was very very unappreciated to be here!

Do you blog?

I was always a reader of blogs until I had my miscarriages. Then I started to feel I should share what I go thru and hopefully it can help someone after  journey we are on.

Finding infertilty blogs: http://infertility.about.com/b/2008/07/18/getting-started-with-an-infertility-blog.htm?nl=1

Starting a infertility blog and why: http://infertility.about.com/od/copingwithinfertility/a/ttc_blog.htm?nl=1

Do you have a blog? Share on About.com’s forum http://forums.about.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=ab-infertility&tid=6717&nl=1

I searched all over the internet for reasons why I might have had my miscarriage. No where did I find the helpful bacterias – Mycoplasma hominis and ureaplasma urealyticum. I feel very lucky that my doctor tested me for it. I am not happy to have it, but at least now I know why then guessing why it might have been caused.
Here are some possible reasons why a miscarriage might happen:
  • chromosome problems in the embryo
  • abnormally shaped uterus
  • incompetent cervix
  • diabetes that may not be under control
  • mother’s hormones
  • smoking
  • drinking
  • drug use

Hello world!

Welcome to the understandingmiscarriage blog. This blog is to help you find answers to your questions about miscarriage, share your stories, rant and rave, and hopefully help others that are unfortunately in the same situation.