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Absolute Trauma
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Nikki1790 - April 16

I just recently lost my baby, when i say recently i mean 2 days agi, Im only 19 and finding out I was pregnent so young was stress in its self, when i hit 3 months i got used to the idea of being a mum, i believed i wud be a brilliant mum and got myself so excited.
I went for my 3 month scan on wednesday only to find out i had lost my baby a few weeks earlier.
Unlike most mums who loss there babys so early on and dont know how it happens, i did. i was badly beatin up by my ex partner. I had no idea my baby was gone, i suffered no pain, no bleeding no symtons at all.
I had to go have my baby remove today and it has just been the worst day of my life, nothing at all can compare to loosing something so presious, all i keep thinking is my baby never had a chance in this life, and i keep blaming myself.
It would be nice to talk to people who have been through what i have. I just wish i new someway to cope with the loose of my baby.
Any asvice would be good.
Thanks

 

Mum3 - April 16

You don't get over it, you just learn to live with it. But it takes time and courage. But each day is a new day; to start with you will have only bad days, you will cry and feel helpless but then you will have one good day and these days will become more frequent, this is the start of you learning to live with the memory. I lost my first at 19 but then eventually I had 3 healthy sons my oldest is nearly 17. I have never forgotten my first who would be 19 now. I have never forgotten but I learnt to live with it and if Ihad not lost the first one I would not have my sons now and I count myself as very lucky...I promise you it all works out in the end. One day at a time...allow yourself time to grieve, it will get better. Best of luck.

 

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