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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emptiness


I was so excited when i found out that i was pregnant it was my 1st child with my partner i have 2 from my former marriage. I had no morning sickness and just thought that i was having an ideal pregnancy. on the mornig of our 1st scan we were so excited to see our baby for the 1st time when we got there we went in but as the scan showed our little angel was not forming right and the pregnancy could not continue. I went back to the hosptal 3 days later to have my misscarirage brought on by tablets i went through a mild labour and i am now exsperiencing al the feelings of just having a baby but have nothing to show for it i feel so empty and lost the 1 thing i am so thankful for is having a partner who is understanding and is there when ever i need him

mel






Waking up

I hate wakeing up in the morning, I hate going to bed at night and I hate every other minute of the day. Last week I was so excited about my pregnancy and relaxed I was out of the risky first 3 months. I was completley blindsided when I went in for my four month check up. The doctor couldn't hear the babys heart beat strong enough and he was convinced that he was just laying in a difficult position. He then wheeled out the ultra sound machine so we could get a better look..he was still and there was no flashing or fluttering..He had died. It was a snowball of events afterwards, I was quickly sent to the hospital to have the baby removed so I did not have to go through the heartbreaking process of labor. What do I do now? What do I do knowing my baby is never coming..how do I deal with people? I want to hide...I have no words of wisdom, no comforting advice other than it happens to many of us..but why? Why does it have to?

marella degano






the day i wanted to die

me and my husband got married 6-12-09 i was 16 and he was 19 and i got pregnet on are honeymoon me and my husband was so happy there wasent nothing that could bring us down then one day i woke up bleeding so i went to the E.R i they told me i miss carried it on 9-11-09 and once i heard them words i wanted to literley die it felt like i just lost a big part of me i couldent belive that i lost him/her i would of been a good mother and when i lost the baby it hurt so bad its like your peariod cramps but 10 times worse and ever sence that day we have been trying for another and iam two months late on my peariod so hopefully i am

rahib






blighted ovum

i was married in March 16,2008.after 3 months,i got pregnant.i was so happy,so were my husband and both our fathers and mothers.i didn't have morning sickness.whenever i checked my fetus' development,it was always a little bag seen on the screen and the doctor gave me pills to strengthen the womb,he didn't say anything wrong...so i thought my pregnancy was fine.

when it entered the last first semester,some blood came out little by little.i was so worried...the next day,it came out again,and in the third day,i got a horrible abdomen pain.when it stopped,i just knew i have lost my baby.

the doctor carried out D&C on me...and i should be hospitalized.when i was with my husband in the hospital room,i cried and he calmed me down.

it was so hard at first when i came home from hospital,i cried again the next day in my sister-in-law's arms and my best-friend's ears.

after time,i thought that it must be a twisted blessing for me and my baby that the miscarriage was for our own good,that it ended our sufferings...thank you,Allah...

selfiyana






my little angel

at the age of 16 i got pregnant i was very happy too be pregnant my pregnancy went great i felt fine the ultrasounds came out good everything seemed fined then one day i came home from school and my body ached i couldnt eat anything without throwing it up i felt my baby moving i thought everything was fine till the next day the last time i felt her move was a 7am from then on i didnt feel her anymore i went too the hospital and their they told me there was no hearbeat i was devasted i cried and cried my mom told me everything was going too be okay she had gone trough the same thing i was incuded i was in labor for 2 days when i had her i couldnt believe how gorgeous she was i cried when i held her my boyfriend was too sad too see her i held her and kissed her i couldnt believe she had dies inside me she was stillborn due too early aging of the placenta i didnt know how too respond too my 1st babys death i cried i wanted too turn back time and go too the hospotal sooner but i know that i couldnt its only been a year since i had her may 2 2009 now im 17 and expecting my 2nd baby he is a boy i pray everyday too god too protect this baby i am scared and worried there is not one day i dont think of her i know shes watching over me even though she is not here she is my baby and i am her mom

anna







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