Post # 1
Its been over a year for me from my first miscarriage , I think I might have had another one a few months ago right after our wedding. Sometimes I accept it and other days I fall back to sadness, fear, jealousy and all those emotions. I feel alone. I dont want to ever feel this way. I dont want to be affraid to try having children or jealous of other people and their babies or pregnancies.
Post # 2
Sorry you are going through this. All your feelings are normal. You will always remember your baby. I’ve had two Miscarriages this year and my EDD for the first is next month so all the feelings are coming back. It’s going to be tough. Just know you are not alone in this and it is perfectly normal to grieve. There is a TTC after miscarriage board here that has very supportive ladies that are going through the same thing.
Post # 3
- Wedding: December 2014 - Loft
birdy88: I’m sorry you are going through this. You are not alone at all. I experience a miscarriage last year and have had a very hard time dealing with it but have found a lot of clarity just in the last 6 months. I follow Bad Ass Breastfeeder on facebook. She is sharing lots of posts right now as October is pregnancy loss month. She said it really well ” it doesn’t matter if your baby was 6 weeks or 36 weeks, you’ve felt an attachment and it was real to you”. Apparently 1 in 4 women will have a miscarriage at some point in their life. Many of those women will go on to experience another one. I also have that same fear. She recently posted a few websites where mothers can share their feelings and discuss miscarriages openly. Maybe this is something that may help? Thinking of you.
Post # 4
I had a miscarriage between my first and second children. I think already having a young child, who needed my attention and needed me to be his mother, helped me cope. It’s been 7 years now, and occasionally I think about it when my due date rolls around, but I would not have my beautiful daughter had I not miscarried. I focus on the fact the she is the child I am supposed to have.