These stories are true personal accounts (including Jenn‘s) by women who’ve experienced one or more molar pregnancies. I have sorted them into categories so that you can find stories most relevant to your situation.
I am always accepting story submissions, so if you’d like to add your story to this site, E-mail the full text (either as an E-mail or Word attachment) to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will read, edit, and post it to the site. You can also add photographs (if desired); please send as JPEG files less than 5mb in size. The more complete your story is, the more it will help others. Be sure to include your first name, your diagnosis, the time you were (or are) required to wait before trying to conceive again, any complications you experienced, your treatment, and any relevant details. Feel free to share additional information, such as your experiences trying to conceive or being pregnant after your molar. Your story be on this site for years to come and seen by countless women who are feeling exactly how you felt, so share what you learned; how you felt; how your doctors, friends, family, and partners treated you; and whatever feelings or experiences you had that might offer insight, information, or comfort to others.
I also ask that you include your FULL NAME, preferred E-mail address, and location (not your address, just your city and state or country). This information will NOT be posted on the site but will be used for my records in case I need to follow up with you at a later time or have additional questions. Only your first name will appear on the story post itself. If you’d prefer not to have your name on the site, you may choose an alias and include that in your E-mail, but I will still require your full name for recording purposes.
Finally, to all visitors, please keep in mind that this is a page dedicated to those who have suffered a loss and are grieving. Please show respect and sympathy for each other.
Thank you to all of you for visiting. I am sorry if you’ve been brought here by a loss, but I hope you find support and peace in the information and community I’ve created, and I wish you all the best of health and happiness for the future.
*Please note that the publishing dates on the stories are not representative of when the stories were actually published or when they occurred.*
Partial Molar Pregnancy
Complete Molar Pregnancy
Multiple Molar Pregnancies
Regrowth After Zero
Mole + Viable Fetus
Live Birth With Coexisting Mole
More My Molar Pregnancy: Personal Stories From Diagnosis Through Recovery
Two collections of personal stories about dealing with the molar pregnancy experience,
as well as information and references about the condition.
Less expensive downloadable pdf versions are also available. Get your copies today!