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    and I know I'm a stranger but honestly I am here if you want to pm me. Take care of yourself xxxx

    ETA: i have been to the place in midland for a friend and they are very understanding in there.
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    Hugs thermy. Sorry to hear it has come to this for you.

    Is there no way someone can help with the kids after? You will need to rest for at least the rest of the day.

    My experience i just felt tired from the anaethestic (can't spell) and had cramping like a period. I didn't have morning sickness at the time so don't know how long that will take to go away but perhaps you could ask for some anti nausea medication like maxolon.

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    The morning sickness will be gone as soon as the procedure is done. I feel for you and well I know it must of been a very hard decision as was mine 10 years ago.
    You will want support people around you and definitely want help with the little ones, there will be a lot of cramping and some bleeding. The worst part for me was the medication they gave me to soften my cervix I went to the bath room and there was bleeding so I realised that it was happening. With the right friends family and support you will get through this.
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    I second having someone there for the kids, you will be tired and lethargic.

    I never experienced any pain or problems afterward, just the emotional side of things to deal with.

    If you ever want to chat please pm me hun.

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    I have no experience with this, just wanted to say I'm sorry to hear of this and very sad to hear your hubby won't be there with you. I wish you the best Look after yourself beautiful xx

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    I have no experience but just wanted to send you some (((hugs))).
    Sending you strength...

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    I wish you didnt have to go through this alone.

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    I am so sorry you are having to go thru this I hope you can find someone to help you after.

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    Physically - mild to sever cramping, bleeding similar to AF bleeding, slightly groggy

    Morning sickness will take few days to die down.

    Sorry your going though this

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    Massive hugs! What a tough decision to make. I had one 4 years ago after a contraceptive failure. I was severely morning sick before but as soon as I woke up I felt fantastic. No sickness at all. It was really quite surreal. I had planned to take time off work but felt great so went back the next day. I felt guilty for not feeling guilty, but knew that it was the right decision to make. I have only respect for you for knowing what is right for you and your family


 

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