The Miscarriage App
1 in 4 women will experience a miscarriage. Miscarriage is defined as pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks gestation. The Miscarriage App is a mobile application which addresses all aspects of miscarriage. <br><br>Many women aren't offered, or fully aware of, the wide range of options available to them during their miscarriage. Women are often left wondering what to do with their baby (especially very tiny babies). Many are afraid to ask questions of friends and family out of fear or judgment and misunderstanding. The Miscarriage App provides women with information on miscarriage and presents her with all her options. <br><br>The Miscarriage App is also beneficial for care providers, birth professionals such as doulas and childbirth educators, midwives, nurses, and doctors as well as friends and family. The Miscarriage App has sections on how to support women through miscarriage and help them navigate through those options. Doulas, childbirth educators, nurses, doctors and other clinicians have used this app when comforting their clients/patients.<br><br>Once downloaded, you will have continuous access to information on miscarriage**. <br><br>Topics within The Miscarriage App include:<br>• Miscarriage Definitions<br>• Causes of Miscarriage<br>• Miscarriage Options<br>• Bonding with Baby (even tiny babies)<br>• Options for Baby's Body<br>• The Physical and Emotional Experience<br>• Recovering<br>• How to Share the News<br>• Taking Time off Work<br>• Going Back to Work<br>• What Not to Say (to someone experiencing miscarriage)<br>• What to Say<br>• Pregnancy After Loss<br>• Resources<br><br>Download The Miscarriage App today to have access to the most comprehensive mobile resource on miscarriage. <br><br>WARNING:<br>The Miscarriage App contains complex information on pregnancy loss and miscarriage. The information contained herein SHOULD NOT be substituted for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you feel you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact the emergency medical services in your area. In the US, you can reach emergency medical services by dialing 9-1-1 on your phone. If you feel you are experiencing a miscarriage, please contact your healthcare practitioner for medical advice. <br><br>**The Miscarriage App and all the information contained herein, is not intended for medical treatment and is for INFORMATION ONLY. The Miscarriage App should not replace a doctor or pharmacist, please consult your doctor before utilizing information contained in The Miscarriage App. The Miscarriage App is intended for reference and educational purposes only. <br><br>CALL TO ACTION:<br>Please rate The Miscarriage App. 5 star ratings will help The Miscarriage App get in more hands of women experiencing miscarriage. Please email us if you have comments, suggestions, or concerns. If there are any issues with the application itself, we will correct them as quickly as possible.<br><br>The Miscarriage App is based off of the book, It's Not Just a Heavy Period; The Miscarriage Handbook by Elizabeth Petrucelli.