Recently, my boyfriend and I were suspecting my pregnancy because I gained ten pounds in two weeks, my breasts were hurting, I was either nauseated or throwing up, my sense of smell went whacko... but I still had my period. I finally had my blood tested last Thursday after putting it off. We both agreed we won't keep the baby after considering our situations. Yesterday, I started experiencing pains in my belly, as if something was ready to rip out of there, and my lower back. It was unbearable. I was bleeding, and it was mainly just blood clots. The pain wouldn't go away. I woke up this morning for the same thing and went back to my doctor. He gave me another check up and had my blood results. I was pregnant, but I had a miscarriage. We got what we wanted. No more baby. So why is it all of a sudden it hurts so much emotionally? I cried explaining the situation to my manager and realized how upset I really am..
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