Examples of miscarriage in a Sentence
a woman who has suffered multiple miscarriages
a high risk of miscarriage
Recent Examples of miscarriage from the Web
Others will argue it’s a gross miscarriage of justice.
Years ago, a dear friend had a late-term miscarriage.
Vaccine experts think the results may reflect the older age and other miscarriage risks for the women, and not the flu shots.
Vaccine experts are puzzling over a study that appears to link one particular flu vaccine with early miscarriages.
In the same episode, Jaleesa also shares her experience of having a pregnancy that resulted in a miscarriage.
As her career was flying high in the early 1990s, the filmmaker suffered a series of miscarriages.
Lawsuits allege that the unsanitary conditions and brutality in Arpaio’s jails resulted in dozens of miscarriages.
Between 10 and 25 percent of pregnancies result in miscarriage—and for a brief period, Kim Kardashian believed hers with North was one of them.
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