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    Default *TMI*- EXTREMELY heavy bleeding. HELP!!

    So sorry to hear that PH I agree about giving yourself time to heal and grieve. You still have the right to feel upset.

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    Default *TMI*- EXTREMELY heavy bleeding. HELP!!

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    Default *TMI*- EXTREMELY heavy bleeding. HELP!!

    It sucks. It's the absolute worst possible time for me to be pregnant anyway. My partner and I have split, me and my two kids are back living with my parents. It would be absolutely impractical for me to have a baby. A part of me is hoping nature really taking its course (I still have to have more blood tests to confirm miscarriage, but I think it's pretty clear). Because I don't want to have to make the decision to not continue this pregnancy. I don't think I could live with myself.

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    Default Re: *TMI*- EXTREMELY heavy bleeding. HELP!!

    I understand where you are, and I'm just going to suggest you try (big ask i know) not to give it too much thought either way.

    You are bleeding because you are unwell and the doctors are waiting to see what is going on. No more and no less.

    You don't need to think about decisions, what you would/could/should do, other than trying to focus on the here and now moment and treating yourself kindly for the sake of your children.

    Feeling relieved over loss inevitably still has some pretty significant up and down consequences. Perhaps later on. If you think it might help you, venture into the loss section.

    No mater how unconventional your feelings are at any given point, i assure you there will be many of us that understand. No matter what, remember you are not alone.

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