Although most doctors roll their eyes at patients that do too much googling, it can be your best tool at a time like this. It is so important to be well informed and do your own research so that you can advocate for yourself. It is also a great way to find community and support, to learn ways to cope emotionally, and to feel less alone.

Here are some great online resources:

1. Resolve: The National Infertility Association

2. American Pregnancy Association

3. American Fertility Association

4. Stirrup Queens

5. Facts About Miscarriage


Other great websites with stories of loss and hope:

1. Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope

2. Still Standing Magazine – Surviving Child Loss and Infertility


Favorite Blog Posts:

1. The Complete Guide to Facebook Post Miscarriage

2. The Story of How My Heart Healed a Little Bit


Favorite Articles:

1. What Suffering Does by David Brooks

2. It Happened to Me: I Had Multiple Miscarriages by Emily DiFrisco

3. Finding Hope After Miscarriage by Kendra Hurley

4. 6 Things I Learned from Having Three Miscarriages by Emily Kaye Lazzaro

5. The Invisible Moms’ Club by Lizzi Rogers

6. How a Man Handles a Miscarriage  by Marcus Brotherton

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Hi Alexis,
    Just wanted to say thanks for posting all of this information. Your blog actually inspired me to create my own 🙂

    Wishing you all of the luck in the world with your pregnancy!


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