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daisieflower - February 20

Hi
I was 10 weeks pregnant when my little baby died. The hospital told me there was no heartbeat and the pregnancy would not be viable and promptly booked me in for a D&C. My little bean was taken away last Friday on the 12th Feb.
The pregnancy was a complete surprise for me and my partner and I had split up a week before I found out I was pregnant. He of course ran a mile.
My family have been wonderful in supporting me, but I feel unable to completely let go and fall apart around anyone and I have no idea how to move on. I want my baby back.

 

lozy234 - February 22

Heya, i was 6 weeks when i lost my little one so i know how you feel. You are so lucky that you have a supportive family around you becuase i had to go through mine on my own. And becuase i didnt have anyone around me i could talk to and had to bottle it up i think its made it harder for me to move on. I keep thinking what changes would be going on with my baby if i hadnt lost it and although it was an accident i would never see it as a mistake and would do anything to have my baby back. All the best to you x

 

Needstotalk - March 1

I have suffered through three miscarriages now and it doesn't get any easier to deal with. I lost each baby at about six weeks and had to have an ERPC on the first on, similar to a D&C. Family support is vital to coping with the emotions you go through although no one can really understand unless they have been through it. Chin up XX

 

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