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Here are the top ten articles for the Miscarriage Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. How Can You Help?
It can be hard to know what to tell people you need after a miscarriage. Here's a letter that can help.

2. Miscarriage & Dehydration
Miscarriage can be caused by dehydration.

3. Poor Sperm Quality and Miscarriage
Poor sperm quality can be a cause of miscarriage. Recent research even suggests there may be a male biological clock.

4. Bacterial Vaginosis and Miscarriage
Bacterial Vaginosis is a very common infection in women. There´s now some evidence that it may also contribute to second trimester miscarriages. Here´s what you nee dto know about Bacterial Vaginosis.

5. Jessica Zucker & Talking About Miscarriage
Review of Jessica Zucker's article about talking about miscarriage.

6. Love For Our Afflictions Review
This is a review of the book Love For Our Afflictions by Ariana Carruth.

7. Public Perception of Miscarriage
How we portray miscarriage in the media is indicative of how we perceive miscarriage as a culture.

8. Chromosomal Abnormalities and Miscarriage
Chromosomal abnormalities are one of the most common causes of miscarriage, especially in the first trimester. Here are some things you should know.

9. Can Baby's Gender Predict Future Miscarriage
A study theorizes thaat if you suffer from secondary, recurrent miscarriages, the sex of your first child (or children) may play a role in those losses.

10. Missed Miscarriage
A missed miscarriage is when pregnancy ends but the fetus or embryo is not expelled from the uterus. While less common than other types of miscarriage, it certainly does happen.



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