Well... I didnt really have a miscarriage but i went into early labor and lost my baby girl, Khrystiaana Unique(14.6oz,11.25in), almost 6 was ago(8/22)... :'( i was 22+5.... She was my 5th pregnancy 3rd baby... i had had two very early pregnancy miscarriages before... I'm all really really numb i guess you could say... i got to hold her after she was born... i couldn't let her go... i ended up holding her for 12 hours... it broke my heart... 2 days prior i had to make a 5 hour trip for my sons birthday.. so i went through it alone because my love couldn't go with me:/ it was the scariest thing i have ever went through... i guess I'm wondering, does it get any easier?? Also when it's the 'normal' time to get ur period... we have been having unprotected sex the past 5 weeks(yes, it was ok'd by my dr)... i haven't git my period yet and wondering if i should be worried... thanks:)
Oh my god.. I have tears in my eyes right now. I'm so sorry for your loss.. I had a miscarriage two months ago and got my period 3 weeks later (but I was nine weeks five days), but I was told up to two months after is normal. But if I were you I'd take a pregnancy test just to be sure.. :( I can't imagine what you feel like.. you're a very strong woman.xxx
Thank you... I've been told that but i definitely don't feel it... my smile hides more tears then you know.. we are not mentally or emotionally ready for another pregnancy... and obviously I'm not physically ready... honestly I'm scared to take a test... he is to.... Khystiaana was his first baby... we are just so scared to lose another child....
So sorry to hear of your loss. Never easy too loose a child no matter whether its early pregnancy or later on. Sorry too ask but did you have any pre warning signs about going into early labour. Im 19weeks pregnant with my second and because ive had so much bleeding doctors say this may have weakned my cervix so its a constant worry for me going itno early labour xx
I had a severly high risk pregnancy... ripped placenta, weak cervix, and a massive bloid clot in my uterus.. which they found out a week before i had my daughter it was twins... they never expected me to make it past 21 weeks.. but everything literally went away.. like no bleeding, no problems at all, all ultrasounds came back totally clear n normal!!! A week and a half later i went into labor... which of all the problems i had was caused by ECOLI had infected my placenta...
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. my thoughts and prayers are with you. I also suffered ai misscarrige at 18 weeks. i delivered a baby boy. i understand how devestating it can be and how hard day to day life can become but it will get easier. Hang in there and get support from those closest to you. If you need anything please message me. as for your period i think everyones diffrent.
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