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What I Wish I’d Known Before Having a Miscarriage

Last week, after 11 weeks of pregnancy, I had a miscarriage. Nothing prepared me for what would happen next.

Photo by Yuris Alhumaydy on Unsplash

Trigger warning: this article contains a graphic description of miscarriage and its physical symptoms.

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