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Making time to grieve.Pregnancy and infant loss is never easy. The passing often takes with it shattered hearts and dreams of a future far different than the reality. Having to go through this process while still being called on to serve others -- whether that role is bearing work responsibilities, as "mom" for other children, coping with deteriorating health of parents or in-laws, or simply juggling your relationship with your partner -- 'overwhelming' doesn't even come close.
Great thought on the chewableGreat thought on the chewable version. As I battled severe morning sickness, my doc actually recommended the Flintstone chewables until that phase passed. I had to look to compare the amount of folic acid they contain. The only one that meets the minimum requirement from this article (400 mg) was the Flintstone Complete. (It claims to also contain 100 % daily requirement for B6.) Just a thought!
Chewable folic acid tablets.Chewable folic acid tablets. They should combine them with B6 and that would be awesome.
Thank you for this article.Thank you for this article. It has been just over a year now and I still feel it was like yesterday that the radiologist told us that Bailey had no heartbeat. There are times where I cry daily for my lost baby. The chemical pregnancies were hard but having Bailey die was harder. I hesitate to answer when people ask how many children I have, Bailey was with me for 11 weeks and I will never forget my baby.
Hi Missy!I am seeing if you can respond to this...
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