Hilaria Baldwin's miscarriage post helps other women open up about loss

Inside Edition Staff

Hilaria Baldwin’s heartbreaking news that she’s possibly suffering a miscarriage has other woman sharing their stories.

In reaction to Baldwin’s revelation, NBC's Kate Snow revealed Friday on the “Today” show that she miscarried twice.

Baldwin broke the news to her 500,000 followers along with a photo touching her small baby bump: "the embryo has a heartbeat, but it isn't strong, and the baby isn't growing very much. The chances are very, very small that this is a viable pregnancy."

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She received 100,000 likes and wrote a message thanking her supporters.

About 10-25% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, according to the American Pregnancy Association. A miscarriage is when the pregnancy ends within the first 20 weeks.

In 2017, Olympic gold medal gymnast Shawn Johnson revealed her pregnancy loss. She bravely documented the experience online, including a visit to her doctor.

But recently there is good news for Johnson and her husband, Andrew East, as they are expecting a baby.

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