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    Thank you.
    I have a business to run with my best friend so that keeps me busy and is a distraction.
    I just really want to get out of this hospital now and get home.
    Im so upset that they have cancelled my angiogram and are doing an mri instead. The angiogram has been stressing me for so long and they kept me in here for it yesterday rather than send me home and now its cancelled. Very annoying!
    DP really wants me home so that is my focus for today. Getting home.
    They are going to hook me up with counsellors in the community and a support line to call when im feeling low.

    I hope everything is going ok in your pregnancy Little Ted. Thank you for all your support xxx

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    Yes, if they are no longer doing anything it is nice to go home into regular routine. Hopefully they will give you proper exploration treatment for the weakness you experienced.

    Take care x.

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    Hi all.. Firstly, I am sad to read of all the new losses.. I was one to say that it does get easier.. And for the most part it does.. However as our lost bubs due date now approaches, the emotions are stirring again.. We have decided to get away from everything for that time.. Some time for just us.. No work, no judgmental people.. Just us.. On the due date, we will take time to reflect on things.. Considering we had all but given up conceiving before .. And I feel that we are heading there again, I feel blessed that I have a loving DH beside me.. ( one of the lucky ones I guess )
    I truely hope that all of you and your Dp's can learn to cope and support eachother through this very emotional time.. Unfortunately they feel helpless for the physical side of things.. My DH told him mum that he wished he could take all my pain away.. Or go through it for me.. ( she told me afterwards when I was doubting he understood ) my DH iOS not a very outward emotional person, so for him to say that to his mum ( and show weakness ) would have been very hard too..
    Stay strong ladies and know that there is always someone who will listen here on this site..

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    Shameless plug (we're the first couple listed):
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    We lost our daughter in September last year when she was 2 days old, and we certainly need something happy to look forward to. Hugs to everyone who has experienced a loss recently and I'm hoping that today is a good day.

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    Thank you Nica and maturemum.

    I am home now and on anti anxiety tablets and zoloft.
    The 6 m/cs have definitely taken their toll.
    Thank you everyone for your support xxx

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    This is my first post on the site. I was 6 weeks pregnant for the very first time up until 2 days ago.

    I have been wanting a baby for so long but had to wait for my husband to catch up with me and want the same thing. I'm now 35.
    I miscarried 2 days ago and am struggling to deal with it, in my head I am thinking was it my age? am I angry at my husband for wanting to wait? did I eat something wrong? will I be able to ever become a mum?

    I'm so sad and don't know how to move forward. I don't want to see anyone that knows about it as that will make it too real and I can't deal with them feeling sorry for me. I just want to hide at home until this feeling passes.

    When does this start to get easier?

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    I wish I had the answers for you Sarah but I can only send you hugs @@@@ and tell you are not alone. Xxx

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    Hi SaraB1, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am almost 34 and lost a baby a couple of weeks ago. I had to have it removed it hospital last week because my body didn't want to naturally miscarry (there was no heart beat at the 7 and 9 week scan).

    Your feelings and thoughts sound so incredibly normal for what you are going through. I think I tried to pinpoint everything I did and ate that week - could it be heavy lifting? Could it have been some bad food? Unfortunately we don't seem to get the answers we are looking for :-(

    My doctor did say that losing a baby this early on is most like due to abnormalites and absolutely nothing do to with what we did or didn't do. Please try not to blame yourself or your partner... I know it's hard.

    Hang in there and just take each day as it comes :-) oxo

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    A few weeks on now after the curette, I thought I had things as sorted as they could be.

    I was discussing with my husband that I might want to change my mind about having a baby since our lives are so hectic and we already have 2 beautiful children. I was expressing my thoughts and he jumped on the 'give up' banwagon really quickly. I didn't think about it too much at the time.... and then I started ovulating, and my emotions have going nuts ever since.

    I haven't stopped bleeding from the curette yet and I had logically talked myself into a no baby situation that I now want to back on... or at least I hate the idea that my busband doesn't want to have a baby with me anymore.

    My emotions are all over the place and I feel so sad. No doubt I am still grieving... and now I feel additionally rejected... is this stupid?

    I feel even more guilty that I lost this baby and I question whether hubby wanted it to begin with.

    My mother-in-law decided to give me the 2 baby outfits she had purchased for the baby 'just in case I knew someone who was pregnant' ... wtf?? Way too soon guys.

    I have been secretly hiding and crying all day (we are at the inlaws over easter) and he says the public 'are you ok'. Ofcourse I am not going to say 'no'.

    My head hurts and I feel totally exhausted from the tears and the emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntyg View Post
    A few weeks on now after the curette, I thought I had things as sorted as they could be.

    I was discussing with my husband that I might want to change my mind about having a baby since our lives are so hectic and we already have 2 beautiful children. I was expressing my thoughts and he jumped on the 'give up' banwagon really quickly. I didn't think about it too much at the time.... and then I started ovulating, and my emotions have going nuts ever since.

    I haven't stopped bleeding from the curette yet and I had logically talked myself into a no baby situation that I now want to back on... or at least I hate the idea that my busband doesn't want to have a baby with me anymore.

    My emotions are all over the place and I feel so sad. No doubt I am still grieving... and now I feel additionally rejected... is this stupid?

    I feel even more guilty that I lost this baby and I question whether hubby wanted it to begin with.

    My mother-in-law decided to give me the 2 baby outfits she had purchased for the baby 'just in case I knew someone who was pregnant' ... wtf?? Way too soon guys.

    I have been secretly hiding and crying all day (we are at the inlaws over easter) and he says the public 'are you ok'. Ofcourse I am not going to say 'no'.

    My head hurts and I feel totally exhausted from the tears and the emotions.
    I think it can be hard for our partner to see us go through a mc, usually they're not as bonded with the new pregnancy but they also see us going through such a traumatic experience and they can be scared and question if it is worth the heartache again. Have a chat with him, take some time and work out what you really want and go from there. Hugs.


 

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