- 8 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
So sorry for your loss.
So sorry for your loss.
I am so, so sorry for you loss! 🙁 My grandmother had a few miscarriages and then when she was 40, got pregnant (was a HUGE surprise!) with my aunt. It can happen! Take as much time as you need for yourself before trying again. 🙂
My Mom had 2 miscarriages beforenshe had me and she was 42 years old when she had me. Sending many virtual hugs!
So, so sorry for your loss.
Sending love, prayers, and support your way ~*hugs*~
So sorry for your loss, have you in my prayers. <3
just wanted to chime in with the rest, to say I’m so sorry. Just said a prayer for you.
and for what it’s worth, I am a psychiatrist and I work a lot with women’s mental health issues. I have worked with many women in their 30s who have miscarried and then gone on to have a healthy baby.
I also have had friends who have miscarried and gone on to deliver healthy babies. there is hope. but it doesn’t fix what you’re feeling now. sending love your way.
I am so very sorry to hear this. I hope and pray that you and your husband find comfort in each other.
My mum miscarried at age 35! She’d already had 2, but went on to have another at 39.
@Sunshine09: Oh sweet girl… **HUGS** I can only imagine how painful this must be for you. It just wasn’t the right time, somehow. You just never know.. maybe conditions for the baby just weren’t right. Sending lots of sugar and spice, snails and puppy-dog tails your way.
I have faith that things will work out, and you will be a mama when the time is right. <3
I’m so so sorry for your loss.
I was a hot mess after I miscarried. Completely devastated. I didn’t even start to really get over it for months. DH and I started trying again right away…I can’t explain why, but we just NEEDED to try. I think I thought if I could get pregnant again it would erase how much it hurt. We got pregnant again three months later, and it did. I have a very healthy 7 week old son now.
It’s going to be a very hard few days (don’t put a time limit on your grief). I cried a lot, I drank more wine and smoked more cigarettes than I care to admit. And hot showers and baths helped physically.
Hang in there sweetheart. A lot of us here have been through it. It sucks (and I know that’s an understatement), but most of us have gone on to have perfectly healthy babies. PM if you want to talk.
(hugs) and major love to you.
@Sunshine09: My mother is a prime example of the type of inspiration you’re looking for. She has miscarried many a baby. One at 6 months, another 8.5 months pregnant. Several others in the very beginning stages of pregnancy. I’m not sure why (she never discussed causes, we just knew of effects). She always wanted a boy. Then, at 35, she got unexpectedly pregnant, and BAM! My little brother was born. He was the joy of all of our lives. Such a cute little muffin, who we never expected. Guess what happened when she turned 38? Yup, another little brother for me!!!
Even with the devestation along the way, she went on to have 2 beautiful boys in her later 30s.
@Sunshine09: That is terrible news, I am so sorry to hear that.
I dont have any personal experiences to share, but I hope you can gather some strength from all those happy-ending stories other people posted, and have your little loved one when the time is right.
Sorry for your loss.
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