Pregnancy Loss

Dealing with a miscarriage can be devastating. While many may pass off a miscarriage as a pregnancy that "just wasn't meant to be", these words rarely help to relieve your grief. Although a miscarriage can be an isolating experience, it doesn't have to be. Women who are or who have previously dealt with a miscarriage are often a great resource to those currently suffering from a pregnancy loss. Share your words with us and share your support with other women.

It is best to avoid using stimulants during pregnancy. Amphetamines and dextroamphetamines are powerful drugs and when taken during pregnancy, they can cause miscarriage, early labor or birth defects. You may want to ask other women if they have had personal experience with this.


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Stillborn at 36 weeks


Hi Everyone,

I also have had the worse nightmare in my life. This is the hardest part for me and my family. I just lost my baby boy, after 36 weeks. I don't know untill now still like a dream for me. Sometimes at night I touch my stomach with hope that he still here with me. He is very active, he moved a lot especially at night, it doesn't boder me at all even though I couldn't sleep well. I love and enjoying his movement. In the morning after breakfast I would feel him right away. This is my second pregnancy. I'm still trauma and I'm not sure if I culd be a ble to try again. Like every other mom my life is feel empety now despite I already have a beautiful two years old boy. Yet I miss my angel so badly, tears the only way to express how much I love him. Even harder for me to answer the question from my son, where is your baby mom? Is someone hurt your babay? Am I going to have a brother? I only able to answer his question with teras. It is hard. I pray for moms who have the same situatuion with me.

joy






1st and hopefully last miscarriage

I found out I was preganant with my second child and was excited after taking two home pregnancy tests. Only to find out a couple weeks later I am in the midist of a miscarriage. I started with slight cramping and then some light spotting. By the next day I had horrilbe cramps and bleeding. At the doctors the tests still said I was preganant though they said I was miscarring. I never thought I would miss some body that wasn't even that far along yet. No words can express this empty sad feeling. My husband has tried to make me smile and say we will try again, but while I am trying to cope I have to watch my sister-n-law who is also preganant and due around the same time I was go through her preganacy. It really hurts and I hope I can understand with time why this is happened to me. I can only hope next time I get pregnant things will go so much better.

Meg






my angel

Soon after i became pregnant i started bleeding but after a scan i felt better seeing my baby was fine. Just at the start of my 24th week my waters broke i was devastated i was told that this was a risk to my health aswell as my babies and if i wanted to carry on with the pregnancy, i had to give my baby a chance. A week after my waters broke i started bleeding really heavy and was admitted to hospital, for the next 4 weeks a was monitered every day for infection. The dotors said my baby was a miricle still fighting and growing well. When i was 24 weeks i went into labour my baby girl fought till the very end she died because the cord came down 10 hours before my baby did when she was born i got to say with her over night which was so important to me she is my angel.

linda d






Lost my first baby

I actually felt that I may never get pregnant and I have loved kids all my life. I started babysitting a twin 1 1/2 year old twin boys and their 8 yr old when I was in 5th grade and continued babysitting all the way through my life. I'm now 32 years old, married to the most loving and supportive husband a woman can find, and we've lost our first baby. I was only 8.5 weeks along but that was long enough to feel everything in my body changing and adapting to the new life inside me. Then to go to the doctor and not hear a heartbeat was just devastating. Both my husband and I were in shock and want to keep trying but now I'm so scared to get prengant, start getting attached to the baby and lose another one.

Need advice on acceptance, faith, and moving forward.

linda d






Coping after miscarriage

Hallo,

I want to say thank you for all your stories as I now know I am not alone with all this pain.

I had a miscarriage at 12 weeks on 3 May 2008. We were on holiday in Namibia when I got a big cramp, ran to the bathroom and just starting bleeding. It did not stop at all and by then I already knew that it was over. I knew that you can not have this much bleeding and still be pregnant. Rushed to hospital. I stayed in hospital for 24 hours. It was terrible as they put me in the maternity ward. I wanted this baby so badly and now it was all over and I was not even close to my family and own doctor! It was my first pregnancy.

I came back to work on 19 May 2008. It is really difficult for me to go back to normal life. It seems as if some people have forgotten already and think that it is not so bad as I was only 3 months pregnant but to me it was my baby!!! Thank goodness for the wonderful support of my husband. Without him I would not have made it.

One of our friends gave birth on 20 May 2008 and a lot of others are pregnant. It is really difficult for me to be happy for them.

I hope my heartache subsides soon....

Thanks for your stories - it gives me hope.

Regards,
Corlia from South Africa

Corlia van Heerden







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