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Welcome to Miscarriage For Men

Good morning, afternoon, evening, depending on where you are logging in from.

My name is Chris Whitfield, and I am the founder of this website.


Firstly, let me say how sorry I am that you have had to come to our webpage, it is not a nice subject. You have came to our website I am guessing, because you too are going through the heartache of miscarriage and are looking for some answers or someone to talk to, maybe need a little bit of advice, or need to hear other people's stories and how they coped / dealt with this awful situation. I hope that you find it useful and feel free to reach out to me, or create your own blog, so that others can read your story. We have numerous links on the page, offering advice from a range of websites, and you can also follow our social media pages, where we will be sharing lots of helpful articles.


In a separate post, I will post my story, along with the reasons why I came up with the idea to set up this webpage and social media sites.


Look after yourself, and I look forward to getting to know you all on a more personal level (should you wish) and helping you on your journey.


My thoughts are with you and your partner at this sad time,

Chris.




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Chris,


My fiance and I experienced our first miscarriage two weeks ago when she was at week 13 of her pregnancy and we have been just devastated. So many unanswered questions, so many numb feelings.. I made sure to get our pastor involved with communicating with us and just spent alot of alone time with my fiance. All I can rationalize is that God creates us in his image and humans are one of the most complex organisms in the world, if our baby was not going to be 100% perfect, then he or she was not to be.


My fiance is now recovering from her DNC and life continues to move on.


I appreciate the idea of this blog…


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Hi Clay, Firstly let me say how sorry I am to hear yours and your fiancees loss. It is truly awful when it happens. Thank you for reaching out and sharing your story. I really appreciate that. I can fully resonate with your feelings. I was exactly that same. Searching for answers that I couldn’t find. My wife also had DNC ( 2 x chemical first that didn’t work). Not sure how it is in America but in the UK. This whole scenario was made worse by the pandemic as I was not allowed to attend hospital during the initial finding out stage that our baby had unfortunately passed away. That broke me, as it meant my wife had to…

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