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Sad and depressed

I feel like nothing is working out.  I got a surprised pregnancy on our wedding anniversary on Feb 2nd at 4 weeks.  Which was my first urine test and i got + hpt.  Too smooth right?  Unfortunately that ended in a miscarriage on Valentine's day.  

My job is so bad working with mean women.  They just keep clock watching me with a group of them.  I applied for other jobs but not getting any luck.  

I finally got my period on April 21st and got +opk on Mother's day (5/11) which was very nice surprise again.  I've been stressing out since my first pregnancy.  I constantly check my body and urine test to see if i will get pregnant and of course no luck.  Today is my 11 dpo since my ovulation was 5/11 and i went to the lab for hcg blood test and of course no luck.  

I'm feeling down as i really want to be pregnant and i hate disappointment with job search and i feel nothing is working out for me.
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I've not had a job for many months now and can totally understand how frustrated you feel.

I'd strongly advise you to take this time to care for yourself.  as you continue trying for a baby, it is important that you celebrate the person you are and do things that you love,  rather than stressing yourself and giving in to depression.

go on long walks, stay in touch with old and new friends,  start a new hobby, plan day trips and spontaneous outings, hit the gym, start a blog or learn new cooking recipes ... distract yourself and find happiness.

before you know it, you'll find yourself pregnant AND with a successful job application  ;-)

wishing you good luck.
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Please dont take any tension. Once you will relieve urself from the constant tension of becoming pregnant then you will be surprised at the positive result. Just let things ho by themself nd dont stress out cux of ur job as it can also have a negative impact on ur conceiving. All the best.
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So sorry .hope things work out for you
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