My most difficult moment of pregnancy hit in the second trimester of my first pregnancy.
I had struggled through over three years of infertility’s monthly torture of hope and disappointment and, finally, miraculously became pregnant.
My doctor warned me that early miscarriages were common and I knew she wanted me to remain cautiously optimistic.
But I wasn’t to be included in miscarriage’s statistic. A different set of numbers was waiting to hurt me.