I'm feel for you, it's a tough thing to do. It really depends. When I had mine I was fine a couple of hrs after it, had some cramping like period pain but not an extreme amount blood. If you're worried about how you'll cope then it's probably a good idea to have someone to be there for you
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10-06-2012 15:33 #21
10-06-2012 15:58 #22Feel my wrath!
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Thermo, i'm happy to stay as long as you need me there, I will at least be able to keep the boys out of your hair while you rest. And I'll bring something for dinner. Let me know what time you want me there
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10-06-2012 16:02 #23
oh hun, I haven't seen your posts so this is the first I have heard of this. Sending you much strength and totally understand (not that you need any of us to understand but you know what I mean).
I have had a termination at 6ish wks and a d&c at 9ish wks - both where quite similar. The recovery from the d&c took a little longer emotionally and physically.
I am not sure what you want to know, but happy to go into full details if you want either here or privately.
Sending you much love xo
10-06-2012 16:10 #24Senior Member
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Hi I had no pain whatsoever and can't remember there even being blood... If there was it must have been like a light period.... I was groggy the whole day of and some of the day after the anaesthetic... Good luck!!! Xx
10-06-2012 16:26 #25
please have someone with you and also to look after your kiddies afterwards. You will be very groggy and likely will sleep the whole day.
Thinking of you.
10-06-2012 16:50 #26Senior Member
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Big hugs... It's not an easy thing to do. After the first day you will feel pretty normal physically. Look after yourself xx
10-06-2012 17:53 #27
I'm so sorry to hear you're having to go through this, . Take care, sending you lots of strength.
10-06-2012 18:10 #28
No experience but tonnes of hugs. You're very brave to make this decision. I hope you a good recovery
10-06-2012 18:34 #29
awww hun, I'm so sorry to read that it had to come to this. I wish i lived closer to you so i could help you out, much love to you xxxx
10-06-2012 18:44 #30Senior Member
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I just wanted to give you some hugs
Take care xxx
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