Mark Zuckerberg – The story of miscarriage

Pregnancy is the most unique stage of a woman’s life, which should be valued and enjoyed to the maximum for the happiness of the expected baby and because it is the beginning of a different engagement with her partner. The developing life and the biological status of the woman during pregnancy leads to various hormonal and psychological changes in her, therefore it is necessary to respect how she feels during this period.

Spontaneous abortion can lead to the onset of various emotions such as guilt at the end of life or grief loss of the child and to withstand such cataclysms, emotional support from a partner, family and other peers, or group therapy with women / couples facing a similar situation would help a lot in recovery.

A few days ago when Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder and CEO, announced that he and his wife will be the parents of a baby girl after his wife suffered an emotional and physical ordeal from three miscarriages. it has raised the feeling of losing children and the health of miscarriage to the focus, where it inspired people to talk about it and created the emotional connection and support they went through in the Facebook community.

“Priscilla and I have exciting news: we’re expecting a baby girl!”

This will be a new chapter in our lives. We have already been so happy to be able to touch the lives of people around the world – Strength as a doctor and teacher, and I through this community and philanthropy. We will now focus on making the world a better place for our child and the next generation.
We want to share an experience to begin with. We have been trying to have a child for several years and we had three miscarriages along the way.

You feel so hopeful when you learn that you will have a child. You begin to imagine who they will become and dream of hopes for their future. You start making plans and then they go away. It is a lonely experience. Most people do not discuss miscarriages because you are worried that your problems will alienate you or affect you – as if you are defective or have done something to cause it. So you fight alone.

In today’s open and connected world, discussing these issues does not take us far; it brings us together. It creates understanding and tolerance and gives us hope.
When we started talking to our friends, we realized how often this happens – that many people we know have similar problems and that almost everyone has healthy children after all.
We hope that sharing our experiences will give more people the same hope as us, and help more people feel comfortable sharing their stories.
Our good news is that our pregnancy is already far enough away, that the risk of loss is very low and we hope very much.
Silas and our child are healthy, I am extremely excited to meet her, and our dog Beast has no idea what’s next. In our ultrasoundshe even lifted my thumb with her hand, so I’m convinced she’s after me.
We look forward to welcoming her to the world and sharing more soon when she is ready to go out and meet everyone! ”

Collaborator – Krutika Katrat, co-founder of

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