Showing posts from February 12, 2020

Day 42 of 100 Days of Grief and Hope

A lways S eek K nowledge. -Unknown Tonight's post is about empowering yourself with information.  I've been thinking about this a lot. It's hard to not have answers.  Even in this book it says, "While the causes of miscarriage are not thoroughly understood, doctors do believe that most first-trimester miscarriages are caused by chromosomal abnormalities.  These imperfections usually aren't caused by anything the mother or father did or genetics they cary.  Most of the time they occur by random chance."  I hate hearing this answer from doctors.  It was a chromosomal abnormality. After my second we went to a fertility specialist.  I was excited to get answers.  I was kind of hoping they'd just say, everything looks great just keep trying.  But we did find out there were some problems.  Nick's sperm's heads weren't pointy enough.  He had some that were the right shape but not many.  I kept releasing immature eggs.  I had endometri