Rankin woman uses experience with pregnancy loss to help others

EDUCATE AND CONNECT WOMEN ACROSS THE COUNTRY. ITS A STORY YOU WILL SEE ONLY ON 16 WAPTS <36-BAILEY HENRY: I NER VE EXPECTED THAT I WOULD HAVE PROBLEMS HAVING A FAMILY, BUT I HAD MY FIRST MISCARRIAGE WHEN I WAS 27 AND THEN THEY SORT OF HAPPENED YEARLY AFTER THAT 45 > BAILEY HENRY SAYS IT WAS AFTER HER SIH XT MISCARRIAGE… LOSING HER BABY AT 13 WEEKS…THAT SHE DECIDED TO SOMETHING F OR WOMEN LIKE HER…WHO LEAVE HOSPITALS AND DOCTORS OFFICES WITH EMPTY HANDS AND BROKEN HEARTS. <1:21- THEY TELL YOUO GO T HOME TAKE A TYLENOL BUT THERE IS SO MUCH INFORMATION WOMEN NEED1:28> <1:44- YOU GET MORE INFORMATION WHEN YOU ADOPT A PUPPY GEBOT TOBUY A X CAR..GET TIRES..ALL THESE THING BUT WHEN YOU LOSE A BABY HAVA MIE SCARRIAGE YOU GET NOTHING. 1:57> HENRY CREATED THE MISCARRIAGE GUIDE…A FREE PALM CARD.. .. NOT MEDICAL ADVICE…MORE WHAT YOU MIGHT HEAR FROM A CLOSE GIRLFRIEND…YOU CAN FOLLOW IT TO HER BLOG… <6:33- THIS IS JUST THE BASIC INFO FOR WOMEN TO KNOW HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF 6:> 40 <5:52-IVE MAILED THESE TO AUSTRALIA OHIO HAWAII THERE ARE PHARMACIES DOCTORS...ALL OVER T HE COUNTRY MY GOAL IS FOR WOM EN TO GRAB THEM AND KNOW TH EY ARE NOT ALONE 6:09> HENRY SAYS SHE’S CONNECTED ONLINE WITH WOMEN ACROSS THE COUNTRY…CREATED A COMMUNITY…AND FOUND A CALLIN G. <9:53- THERE'S LIFE BEYOND INFERTILITY THERE'S LIFE ALONGSIDE IT. AND ITS BEAUTIFUL. LIFE IS MEANT TO BE LIVED I WILL BE AN ACCIDENTAL WOMENS HEAL TH ADVOCATE FOR AS LONG AS I NEED TO BE 10:05> BAILEY WANTS TOE BCLEAR SHE HAS NO AX TO GRIND AGAINST DOCTORS FOR THEIR CAR. .. SHE SAYS SHE JUST WANTS TO DO MORE FOR WOMEN WHO’VE LOST BABIE S. SHE TURNED HER JOURNAL ENTRIES INTO BOOK…STARTED A PODCAST. SHSAE YS SHE’LL LEAVE HER FREE MISCARRIAGE GUIDE AT ANY BUSINESS THAT WILL TAKE THEM…ANYWHERE A MAWO

Rankin County woman uses experience with pregnancy loss to help others

Bailey Henry writes miscarriage guide

Updated: 9:00 PM CDT Apr 4, 2022

As many as one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, according to the Mayo Clinic. A Rankin County woman is using her own experience with pregnancy loss to educate and connect women across the country.”I never expected that I would have problems having a family, but I had my first miscarriage when I was 27, and then they sort of happened yearly after that,” Bailey Henry said.Henry said it was after his sixth miscarriage, when she lost her baby at 13 weeks, that she decided to do something for women like her, who leave hospitals and doctor’s offices with empty hands and broken hearts.”They tell you to go home and take a Tylenol, but there is so much information women need,” Henry said. “You get more information when you adopt a puppy, get Botox, buy a car, get tires. All these things, but when you lose a baby, have a miscarriage, you get nothing.”Henry wrote “Having A Baby & Other Things I’m Bad At,” a miscarriage guide, a free palm card, not medical advice. More what you might hear from a close girlfriend. You can follow it on her blog.”This is just the basic information for women to know how to take care of yourself,” Henry said. “I’ve mailed these to Australia, Ohio, Hawaii – there are pharmacies, doctors – all over the country. My goal is for women to grab them and know they are not alone.”Henry said she’s connected online with women across the country, created a community and found a calling.”There’s life beyond infertility. There’s life alongside it, and it’s beautiful. Life is meant to be lived,” Henry said. “I will be an accidental women’s health advocate for as long as I need to be.”Henry said she has no ax to grind against doctors or her treatment. She said she just wants to help women who’ve lost babies. She turned her journal entries into a book and said she will leave her free miscarriage guide at any business that will take them – anywhere a woman who needs it might find it.Tap here for more information.

As many as one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, according to the Mayo Clinic. A Rankin County woman is using her own experience with pregnancy loss to educate and connect women across the country.

“I never expected that I would have problems having a family, but I had my first miscarriage when I was 27, and then they sort of happened yearly after that,” Bailey Henry said.

Henry said it was after his sixth miscarriage, when she lost her baby at 13 weeks, that she decided to do something for women like her, who leave hospitals and doctor’s offices with empty hands and broken hearts.

“They tell you to go home and take a Tylenol, but there is so much information women need,” Henry said. “You get more information when you adopt a puppy, get Botox, buy a car, get tires. All these things, but when you lose a baby, have a miscarriage, you get nothing.”

Henry wrote “Having A Baby & Other Things I’m Bad At,” a miscarriage guide, a free palm card, not medical advice. More what you might hear from a close girlfriend. You can follow it on her blog.

“This is just the basic information for women to know how to take care of yourself,” Henry said. “I’ve mailed these to Australia, Ohio, Hawaii – there are pharmacies, doctors – all over the country. My goal is for women to grab them and know they are not alone.”

Henry said she’s connected online with women across the country, created a community and found a calling.

“There’s life beyond infertility. There’s life alongside it, and it’s beautiful. Life is meant to be lived,” Henry said. “I will be an accidental women’s health advocate for as long as I need to be.”

Henry said she has no ax to grind against doctors or her treatment. She said she just wants to help women who’ve lost babies. She turned her journal entries into a book and said she will leave her free miscarriage guide at any business that will take them – anywhere a woman who needs it might find it.

Tap here for more information.