Obviously, miscarriages occur because something has gone wrong. Maybe there is a nutrient missing in the mother's diet, or whetever, so that the gestation process is aborted. It's in a way nature's safety mechanism.
It's a very good idea for both parents to have their dental amalgam removed by a dentist who specialises in amalgam removal, once they get married, long before they start a baby. The toxic load can cause a miscarriage, or the child to suffer from autism. For the same reason, it is also important not to have the "recommended" flu shot while pregnant. As far as i am concerned it's best to completely avoid all vaccines for oneself and the baby.
My wife had a miscarriage at home, at about 3 months. We buried the foetus under an apple tree in our garden. Next, she had an ectopic pregnancy, but I'm happy to say that we then had a baby son who is now 37 years old (and completely unvaccinated).
at 5:09 PM on Dec. 8, 2010