You have every right to feel the way you do. Please don't apologise. I can not imagine what it would be like to have so many losses, so much 'false hope' it would be truly heartbreaking. Be kind to yourself, and I agree with others re finding a good counsellor to work through your grief, and when you feel ready/stronger potentially looking for 2nd/3rd medical opinions. I wouldn't take 'bad luck' as an answer. Biggest hugs. You absolutely deserve another beautiful baby and I truly hope a little miracle happens for you really soon xxx
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15-09-2016 09:13 #11
15-09-2016 09:56 #12
Huge hugs. You aren't being selfish at all. Your feelings are completely valid and completely understandable.
Sending love and hugs. Be kind to yourself x
15-09-2016 10:13 #13
Thank you so much for all your kind words. I've woken up today with a better attitude. I think its just been building all week and its hard to keep positive all the time. I think maybe a second opinion would be the way to go and maybe further action (iui/ivf) its just all so hard. Along with all my issues dp also works away so trying to get the timing down for him being home to make these appts is difficult. Thanks again..... reading all your msgs has helped me feel better. I feel guilty for being upset because I know there are so many people worse off/been ttc longer then me etc then its just gets my anxiety going its its hard to reclaim my calm.
15-09-2016 12:12 #14
There is always someone worse off though, that doesn't mean what you are enduring isn't terrible. I admit I have done the same, thought I've never had a still birth or lost a born child. Or had to to IVF. And there are those that tried even longer, so I get that automatic feeling that maybe we are being whiny/ungrateful. But I don't think anyone could blame for for feeling the way you do.
My thoughts are with you for a take home baby. Remember that at the end of a thunder storm is a rainbow
15-09-2016 14:55 #15
@melimum. I'm so sorry you are going through this. Infertility and still birth are awful and I wouldn't wish either on anyone.
We did 2.5years of IVF to conceive our son and he was stillborn at 23 weeks earlier this year. We are back on the IVF bandwagon having already transferred our 3 frozen embryos and about to start a fresh cycle.
If you are considering a second opinion maybe look into Warren De Ambrosis. He is a miracle worker. His waiting list is long but you could get a cancelation appointment within a month or.
Happy to chat whenever you need. xxx
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