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    @FeelinLucky yes it will get better. You will never forget your loss but with time you'll learn to cope with it. I've had 5 miscarriages and all have been very long and painful. But I just tell myself that they were not meant to be and something better is coming up for me. Although it's not always possible to remain positive.
    My advice to you is to please try to rest and take care of your diet as much as possible. Try to do something fun or anything that you like doing on a daily basis. For me, walking outside helped a lot. It is difficult to see women around you getting pregnant easily. At the time of my most difficult miscarriage, soon after I got the news of my Sil's pregnancy and then 3 girls at my work got pregnant at the same time. I was very happy for them but you can't help but wonder why it's not happened for you so easily. Please hang in there and take care of yourself. Feel free to come here and vent or complain as much as you want. Oh and I also had counselling which also helped.

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    Hi, looking forward to reading all of your posts. I've decided to TTC again after giving up for years. I have 2 healthy kids but I've had 7 miscarriages and 1 ectopic pregnancy. I've been referred to a fertility specialist in the ACT, Dr Nicole Sides. She's terrific!! Enthusiastic and super productive. Not feeling overly enthusiastic yet although I'm confident in dr sides. Just had so much disappointment it's hard to feel positive. I'd better get reading, I'm so behind on terminology/treatment etc... Very interested in reading all your stories!! Cheers

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    Hiya,

    Just thought I'd poke my head in and see if anyone is still about. It's been just over 6 weeks since I lost my twins at 17 weeks. I still have bad days where I feel like I will never have a baby. I know I will never have twins again and that breaks my heart....

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    Hi @skeeter, just wanted to say sorry for your loss. I've had losses too, 3 early miscarriages, and 2 stillborn (20 weeks and 26 weeks). Gave birth to a healthy boy last year but not a day (or hour) goes by when I don't think about my other boys. It's heart wrenching but you'll pull through, I promise ❤️. Allow yourself time to grieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    Hi @skeeter, just wanted to say sorry for your loss. I've had losses too, 3 early miscarriages, and 2 stillborn (20 weeks and 26 weeks). Gave birth to a healthy boy last year but not a day (or hour) goes by when I don't think about my other boys. It's heart wrenching but you'll pull through, I promise ❤️. Allow yourself time to grieve.
    Thanks @BB77 I also had two very early miscarriages last year. It's great to hear you had a successful pregnancy. It is getting better each day, but only with the hope of another baby. I feel that if that doesn't happen I will have trouble coping...

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    @skeeter I couldn't read your post without saying how sorry I am for the loss of your twins.
    I had an early mc a few years back but have had a DD1 since then but sadly lost DD2 May-2016 in the second trimester so I can relate to your heartache. I felt desperate to fall pregnant straight after losing my daughter.

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    Sorry to hear of your losses @VioletMay ... it is a desperate feeling, isn't it?

    I am just feeling lost tonight. For some reason the last couple of days have been bad, can't stop thinking about my babies and getting teary. Perhaps it's because tomorrow is my first full week back at work. The slap of back to reality really stings. I hate the days like this, I get to the evening and all I am doing is waiting until I can go to bed. I don't want to do anything...

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    @skeeter I'm sorry you had an awful night last night. I hope you got through it ok. I hope your first day back at work goes well, I'm sure it's going to be very tough.
    I still have days where I feel that all I want to do is hide under the covers and cry. I miss her so much.

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    @VioletMay Work is... work. I didn't like it that much before, I was really looking forward to maternity leave. Now the year stretches out before me... I was feeling better most days, but work seems to have unsettled me a bit, and I am having some bad days. It doesn't help when I read facebook and IVF boards. I'm sure it will get worse as my maternity leave date and then my due date arrive. I am not sure how I will be when my sister-in-law gives birth... VioletMay, I am sorry you are still feeling raw some days, I guess it never really goes away.

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    @skeeter that is one of the many hurdles you work through.

    I resigned after our loss at 21 weeks and then ended up returning once I felt strong enough. Then when we lost our daughter at 28 weeks it took awhile to return, you just feel so damaged.

    And people around you falling pregnant and having no concerns. Having maternity leave 'booked' in your head and never having it.

    When one day it all falls into place. I was so thankful of a supportive workplace that celebrated when I finally did go on maternity leave ... our baby became the peoples baby as there were so many people invested in her safe arrival.

    Beyond the grief and pain comes the happiness.

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