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Pink Talks About Miscarriage

Is Our Generation More Apt to Talk About Miscarriage?

The thin pink line may appear when a woman pees on the stick, but a positive test doesn't promise a baby. According to WebMD, about one in four pregnancies (25%) end in miscarriage.

In just the last month, three well-known couples — Pink and Carey Hart, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, and Josh and Anna Duggar — have announced an impending pregnancy and a previous miscarriage. Sixty-one percent of moms said they are comforted knowing they aren't the only ones who have lost a pregnancy. Do you think discussing the loss openly is unique to our generation?

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ilanac13 ilanac13 6 years
i'm on the fence about this one. i think that since people are so open about talking about fertility treatments and the sort - it's kind of common that we're hearing more about this. besides that, we now live in an era where you hear EVERYTHING all the time. so i'm sure that people were always talking about it, we just know about it more (and faster)
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