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frenchie - January 25

as my name suggests I live in France, back in early December a blood test confirmed a pregnancy at about 8 - 9 weeks and I was booked to have my first scan in January. The day before the scan I started bleeding a little, I rested but didn't panic as I had bled a little during my last pregnancy. When we went for the scan the OB just said sorry the egg hasn't developped, put these three tablets against the cervix and if you're not sure if anything's happened repeat after 24 hours. He then sent me home.
Nothing prepared me for just how violent losing what was there would be like. Myhubby slept through most of it all, leaving me spending the night losing "it"alone. My family are all in the uk and my sister has just announced she is about 6 weeks pregnant, my mother in law,some 2 weeks after the miscarriage, has started laying into me that I expect too much from her son and it's my fault that he's been losing weight for the last few months.
I feel so alone in my grief and feel no-one understands

 

Clarabelle - January 30

Hello sweetheart,
I read your post and i feel so sad for you. I think your mother inlaw is being really insensitive I hope you can find a way to not let her get to you. Your partner is most likely losing weight because of the devestation of losing your baby and she should be supporting the both of you, especially as she's the closest family you have. I lost my first baby this week and so I understand how horrific the "losing" part is, both physically and emotionally. Luckily I wasn't on my own, you must be very brave to go through it alone. I hope things get better for you and that you'll be seeing your family soon. Loads of love x x x x

 

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