*Deep breath* yes, I miscarried my first pregnancy. We got pregnant on our very first try, easy-peasy. Then at 9 weeks, my husband and I went to the doctor for a regular appointment and ultrasound, and it was there we found out that I was having what's known as a "missed miscarriage," which is when you have a miscarriage with no apparent symptoms.
My heart didn't just break, it turned to dust and disappeared. But when I started to talk to people about it, I started feeling a lot better.
After about a month, I wrote about it on Facebook. A bunch of friends, friends' parents, old classmates, and former coworkers reached out to me about their miscarriages, and whether they were 30 years ago or 6 months earlier, it was incredibly helpful and healing. And the overwhelming sentiment: It's super common (somewhere around 1 in 5 pregnancies) and SUCKS but also, it's even more common to get pregnant again soon and have a healthy baby.
I "quickly" got pregnant again a few months later (though that amount of time felt like eternity when it was happening), and I realized I literally didn't know what I would do if I miscarried again... but I had to figure it out.