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How do I deal with losses?

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Dr. Gregory Mosolf
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree

In brief: Counselor

If you are sad or depressed from a loss then you should see a therapist or counselor. Other options would be to talk it out with a good friend or with your pastor/minister/priest etc.
In severe cases you may want to see a doctor or psychiatrist for an antidepressant medication. If you are suicidal go to the er of call a suicide hotline.

In brief: Counselor

If you are sad or depressed from a loss then you should see a therapist or counselor. Other options would be to talk it out with a good friend or with your pastor/minister/priest etc.
In severe cases you may want to see a doctor or psychiatrist for an antidepressant medication. If you are suicidal go to the er of call a suicide hotline.
Dr. Gregory Mosolf
Dr. Gregory Mosolf
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Dr. Gary Stephens
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Pregnancy Losses

Pregnancy losses should be treat like the loss of a family member. Greiving for that loss is an importatnt component to moving on.
Preconceptional counseling may help identify any underlying health issues that can be corrected to improve your chances in the future of having a successful pregnancy.

In brief: Pregnancy Losses

Pregnancy losses should be treat like the loss of a family member. Greiving for that loss is an importatnt component to moving on.
Preconceptional counseling may help identify any underlying health issues that can be corrected to improve your chances in the future of having a successful pregnancy.
Dr. Gary Stephens
Dr. Gary Stephens
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