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    Axellerosie - sorry to hear. It's definitely the worse feeling, the empty feeling. It does get better. It's coming upto a week for me since the op. I have gone thru a whirlwind of emotions, I'm now settled but still think about bubs all day. I'm glad the bursting into to tears at a drop of a hat has gone. This best thing that has got me through is my amazing husband and family, so lucky to have such great support

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    I'm sorry to hear of your loss. We lost our baby 30th or May 2012. I had a few friends due within the 1 - 2 months after I lost my baby I couldn't even bring myself to go and see them or go to one ladies baby shower. I avoided going out where I might see pregnant people or newborns, I hated all pregnant people and newborns. I felt like such a bad friend and person in genneral. It been 14.5 weeks since my d&c, I went to see a friend in hospital a few days ago with her new bub, it was hard. It does get easier and your not a bad person for feeling this way, I cried in secret alot after I lost my baby I didn't talk to my friends or husband about it it was a lonely time. My husband wanted to pretend like it never happened. I just found out I am pregnant again due around the time that we found out bub was gone, i thought a new pregnancy would make that emptyness go away but it hasn't for me. Pregnant mums don't bother me but I still can't look at any pregnant mums due around the time I was. Wishing you all the best for a speedy recovery physically and emotionally. I'm glad you have a supporting husband and family.

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    Bella- sorry to hear about your loss but congrats at the same time about the bubs on the way.

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    Thank you for messages. I am starting to feel much better and am remaining as positive as possible. I know there are several opinions on when you can/should start trying again and it is down to the individual but I am wondering how you are all feeling about this?
    Part of me wants to go head first into trying again and the other wants to wait a while. Age is not on my side as I am 35 so I know it is best not to wait too long.
    thanks again for your support.

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    I really want to get on it now. But I'm worried if I don't wait for my period that I'll miscarry again for whatever reason. You hear so many things like u can't get pregnant until u have no hcg in the body and u have to wait for the lining to rebuild after d&c but I don't know how true it is. My doc said have one period then try but didn't really give a reason why. So I tell myself that I can wait three weeks until my period but seems like forever.

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    Some women get pg weeks after a loss, others like me, don't. I think the idea behind waiting is partly emotionally, and partly letting the body recover, build up the lining as you say. I don't feel there are any real rules.

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    Delirium- hope you don't mind me asking, but how long have you been trying since the miscarriage?

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    My first loss was beginning of nov last year. I didn't fall until end of may this year, which ended up being an EP. I then had to wait 3 months after the injection they give to end the pg. So we're good to go in about 3 weeks.

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    Fingers cross for three weeks time.

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    thanks good luck to you as well that you can move on and have a healthy baby


 

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