This blog is for everyone. 

My Goal is to get as many followers as I can  b/c I feel that this blog is not only to help women who have had a miscarriage, molar pregnancy, etopic pregnancy, but  I hope to inspire anyone out there who is feeling lost, depressed or like life is playing some cruel games.  Let’s face it we all have had rough times.  All I read is people with problems that are so depressed and sad.  I do believe that we all need to grieve during horrible times, but I want my blog to be encouraging and uplifting.  I want to be a support to help people get up and change their lives, make a difference, take a stand, look outside the box. 

 I will have fitness, nutrition tips along with recipes.  I am vegetarian, so I want to help anyone who has interest in a plant based diet to be able to achieve this.  I am a Real Estate Sales Rep w/ hobbies as a dog trainer, pilates instructor & nutritionist.

Also, I had the unfortunate circumstance to have a molar pregnancy.  Not sure what that is, join the majority of the rest of the public.  I will have blogs on how I felt, my journey, the ups and downs and the determination to get my HcG levels down. 

I am just someone who has experienced and been through a lot.  I am just getting started w/ this blog, but hope to make it grow.  I will be adding a section just for guest posts from people of all backgrounds, thoughts, experiences, etc.

I hope to inspire you no matter where you are in your life.  My goal here is to bring awareness  to molar pregnancy and to guide you in directions to help you have a more enjoyable, healthy, go get em kind of life.

Any suggestions or help w/ this website is greatly appreciated.  I am very new to this and would love feedback, thoughts, guidance or help of any kind.


Suzanne Williams

“Make It a Great Day–Go Inspire!”

MG, Stryker, Tazz and I hiked this mountain for 2.5hrs in Italy–literally on top of the world!


8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lore
    Apr 18, 2011 @ 19:53:11

    Thankful to read your blog. Wish if there is someway I can get in touch with you. Got some unanswered questions related to your January 2011 blogs. Wish you well as mine just started.



  2. inspirehealth16--Suzanne Williams
    Apr 18, 2011 @ 20:42:27

    I just sent you a personal reply w/ my direct e-mail. Thank you for reading and I will be happy to answer anything. Hope to hear from you soon.



    • Michelle
      Apr 23, 2011 @ 02:03:29

      Hi Suzanne,
      My name is Michelle and I live in Kingston Ontario. I was just reading some of your blog and was relating so much to what you have been going through, it’s nice to know that I am not alone. I found out in November that I was pregnant and it turned out to be a complete molar pregnancy also. I was reading what you said about how alone you felt and it was exactly the same for me. I’m not even sure that my doctor knew what to do either as he told me first it was a miscarriage and sent me home. By the time I was finally told it was a molar pregnancy I had gotten so sick that I ended up with many complications. I relate to your weekly bloodwork stories as right now I am pretty much at the exact same spot as you are. Just had my 2nd normal and waiting on my results for my 3rd. I wish you luck with yours and if you would like to chat sometime let me know.
      All the best



      • inspirehealth16--Suzanne Williams
        Apr 23, 2011 @ 11:50:43

        So sorry to hear you have had these problems. It is nice to know their is someone else out there. You hear about cases, but there’s never a face or “person” to put to the cases. I like talking, it helps heal as well. I sent you pm to your e-mail w/ my contact info. Hope to hear from you.


  3. Jenna @ Newlyweds
    Apr 23, 2011 @ 18:30:25

    Hi Suzanne, I ran across your blog on BBC and I have just gone through a molar pregnancy and my D&C was last week.

    I wrote a little about it on my blog.

    Off to read more about your experience.



  4. inspirehealth16--Suzanne Williams
    Apr 23, 2011 @ 22:39:35

    So glad you are reading my blog and I look forward to taking a look at yours. Sorry you had to go through this, but I think it makes us stronger, somehow.



  5. Amanda koeppe
    May 01, 2014 @ 09:40:46

    Hi Suzanne
    I don’t know how I haven’t came across your blog sooner! I had my first molar pregnancy in August 2013 my Hcg levels came down on there own and were down to 0 by October. I was then told I could start trying again and was pregnant again by November . Found out it was a 2nd molar pregnancy in January and had my 2nd D&C. My Hcg levels came down again on there own by April and I needed no additional medication. I too am a vegetarian of 12 years and have questioned a link. When I asked my physicians and they have said they have not heard any link between the two, but I’ve always wondered. What have you found? Did you get checked for vitamin deficiancies? Are you going to try again?



    • Inspiring Life--Inspiring YOU!
      May 01, 2014 @ 11:15:56

      Thanks for writing. HOw are you now?
      No, I haven’t found any link with vegetarian and molar pregnancy. I was very low in iron and B12, so I take supplements for that. Any luck on your end?
      I have many friends who got pregnant very easy and natural a few times each and are vegetarian and vegan, so I don’t think there is a correlation.
      No luck for me yet. We are seeing a specialist, so fingers crossed.



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