I am so sorry you are going through this, huge hugs!
It has been almost 6 weeks since I had to terminate my pregnancy due to a condition called Encephaolcele - it meant bubs skull never fully closed and the brain was not forming correctly. We were told there could be no good outcome for our bub so we had to say good bye at almost 13 weeks.
I didn't find any comfort in the words people told me, I didn't want to hear how lucky I was that we found out early and I didn't want to hear people compare it to anything else. All I knew at the time was I saw my baby, alive and on the screen with arms, legs, fingers and toes and to me everything looked perfect and I had to end that. It is crushing - no one can tell you how you should feel and there is no time frame on when that sinking feeling will start to lift. My OB was adamant I should take at least 2 weeks (I lost a lot of blood in surgery) but I headed back to work after a week - for me, I needed to distraction.
This time is going to be hard enough on you, don't try and force yourself to heal faster than you can - you need to take time to grieve and cry and feel like you are in a place that is safe to do that. I know I struggled with leaving the house... I just felt everything would intensify and no one would understand why I was so sad, so I stayed in whenever I could and just let myself be me.
There isn't anything that anyone can say that will make you feel better, but we can give lots of virtual hugs and be here when you need to vent. Just keep doing what you are doing and take it one day at a time. Hugs!