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Chemical pregnancy loss, blaming myself
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KirstenMcK2305 - May 13

I'm totally new to this forum, I just needed somewhere to turn to. I've just discovered that I've miscarried a chemical pregnancy. Absolutely devestated. My husband and I have been married just short of one year and trying for a baby for most of that time. We were just so delighted to finally be pregnant. I know that so many people go through much, much worse than this but right now I feel so alone.
I feel like it's all my fault. Before I knew I was pregnant, I got a tattoo, and I had a little drink - I'd had a negative test so I thought it was ok, but a few days later I had a positive one. If I hadn't got the tattoo, or had the drink, I feel like this might not have happened, I feel like I did something wrong.
My husband is so calm, but I know he must be going crazy inside, I wish he would just talk to me.
I just needed to let all of this out.

 

sweetpete - May 17

I've experienced a similar situation, my husband and I were trying for six months when I had a chemical pregnancy loss. First of all it is not your fault, miscarriage is a terrible thing but there is nothing that you can do to prevent it. I've had four miscarriages in all, two at three months and two chemical and they all hurt but now I have a son who is four months old. When I was pregnant with Peter I didn't know for six weeks and I got drunk and was even involved in a minor car crash but he survived. Don't worry about your husband, men deal with things differently my husband never talks about our miscarriages. Don't blame yourself and when your ready try again.

 

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