Just wanted to let you know I can relate. If you ever want to talk, you know where to find me. I had a baby boy at 21 weeks on march.31,2008 and he did not make it because his lungs weren't developed yet. I still don't know what caused my water to brake so early. I think it's from having sex. well I miss my son so much. i held him for 6 hours after giving birth to him. Than I had a service and i got him cremated and put inside of a little locket. It's so hard to move on. My husband and I want to try for another one but we're so scared. I know I was suppose to wait for 6 weeks to have sex but I tried a little something yesterday. do you think that will affect the next baby? I see that you understand a lot. I need someone to talk to so please write to me whenever you get a chance. Thank you.
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