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Women’s Wellness: Miscarriage is usually beyond a mother’s control

This Mayo Clinic Q and A article originally published Sept. 10, 2016. DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Six months ago, after becoming pregnant for the first time, I had a miscarriage at 12 weeks. My husband and I want to become pregnant again, but we’re worried about another miscarriage. Are there things I can do to prevent […]
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