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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3rd miscarriage


I cant believe im here again. When i lost my first baby i was of course devestated but felt posative for the future. After my second miscarriage i was so ill. In hospital for a week with a bad infection that twisted my tubes. After three atempts at ivf i finally got pregnant last month. My initial hcg levels were low and i was told to expect the worse, well four days ago the worse came. I feel gutted and exhausted, six years of operations, ivf, treatments, we are fifteen grand out of pocket and still no closer to having our precious baby. I feel like all hope is gone and perhaps its time to call it a day.

louise






heartbreak

Well I am 31 years old and just recently suffered a miscarriage. I was about 7 weeks along and it just crumbled my world. I have other children at home whom we told that we were pregnant. My five year old has asked wy the baby died and I don't know what to tell him. I work at A Daycare and that just sucks now. It is os hard to be happy for other people who keep coming up and telling me they are pregnant. They know I had a m/c recently and it still hurts. My 1st sonogram was scheduled and it just sucks that my baby is gone. We will be trying again and God willing we will conceive again. God Bless anyone out there that has gone through this, I know that emotionally I can't take much more. Thanks for listening.

Suzie






Grieving a tiny loss

Disappointment, sadness, guilt, anger. These are not emotions I thought I would have when my dream to become pregnant again came true. For 10 weeks everything seemed perfect: I got pregnant right away, I had no morning sickness and I would have the summer off with my new baby. I could not have planned it better.

But that plan was turned upside down, leaving me feeling out of control and devastated. Our second childóthat I so diligently protected in my womb, that my husband and I watched on the monitor as his or her tiny heart beat, that we had already grown to loveódied.

All my hopes, dreams, plans and the child we had yet to meet went down the toilet. The image of the tiny life we created, but never had a chance, burned into my brain as I melted onto the bathroom floor and wept.

I spent the next week in a fog. The grief filled me like a balloon ready to burst. I was not sure I would ever find relief. I listened as friends and family try to console me. What they are telling me makes sense, but it just does not make me feel better.

For every bit of reason, there is a counter emotion that throws me off balance. Of course I am thankful for the family I haveómy wonderful husband and adorable sonóbut that only makes me feel guilty for thinking what I have is not good enough. I know that nothing I did caused this loss, but I canít help feeling responsible. I understand that this new life was not meant to be, but I still feel angry and cheated. I appreciate that we are able to get pregnant easily, but that doesnít suppress the fact that I am no longer with child and will be filled with unease when we try again. I realize that my plan is not gone, just postponed, but I still hate waiting and wondering.

I believe I need to throw reason out the window and let my emotions guide me. I believe I need to learn how to live without a perfect plan and to be okay with the unknown. I believe I need to find peace with what happened and to know it is not my fault. And I believe I need to grow from this experience and be ready for whatever lies ahead.

I lost more than a son or daughter that day and I have to find a way to not only accept that, but also move forward with the belief that this experience can make me a better mother, wife and friend.

Angela Hacke






Baby Lee

My story is a simple one is words, but emotionally it is the roughest event I have ever been through. My pregnancy was planned, and with medical issues I thought getting pregnant would be the last thing that could happen to me. I went in for my monthly check up and the doctor was unable to locate the heartbeat. It didnt really click that the baby may not have one. The doctor sent me in for a sonogram, they ended up doing an interuterine sonogram and I saw my baby for the first time, but without a heartbeat. At 14wks my baby should have been bigger I knew before the technician said a word, that my baby was gone and there was no turning back from the emotional stress that I felt, and the overwhelming greif of loosing my child, even earlier in the pregnancy. Friday I went in for a D&C as we had to remove my baby so prevent infections, and further trauma. I dont know what to do with myself. I am honestly scared to ever get pregnany again, because Im afriad to go though what I just went though. All I want is my baby back and I can have that.

Ashley






my little boy josh

hi i lost my baby 3 months ago, it was the most difficult thing i ever had to go through, i was 19 weeks pregnant, im slowly starting to come to terms with it, im hoping to be pregnant early next year its all i think about really, i stil feel so empty, i have the best husband in the world and two great kids , i think about josh constantly and i love him so much

claire







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