You are normal and what you are going through is natural. Give yourself some time to grieve, and figure out some way to mourn. Plant a tree, write a poem. Whatever works for you. It's OK to be sad.View Thread
It gets better but takes awhile. I found that after about a week I could function, and after a month or so I was a lot better. But then the due date came around and I was a mess again. It doesn't matter if you have children or not, it is a very painful experience for everyone. Planting a tree in our yard seemed to help a little, but really it's just like losing a loved one. Hang in there. Seek help if you need it. Good luck!View Thread
I am so sorry. It does seem so cruel, and doesn't help you to move forward. How far along are you? There's no chance there's an ectopic pregnancy still, is there? I wish you all the best. Please let us know what happens.View Thread
Hi, ladies. I am writing because I m/c after infertility treatments and I have days that I really feel lost, especially now that we're going through IVF again. I am so angry and so confused about why this happened to us.
Any thoughts about how you coped with this (or just your story) would be appreciated. ThanksView Thread
I am so sorry for your loss. I understand how hard this must be. Every month when I AF came after my m/c it was heartbreaking. I lost my little boy last September at 16 weeks, and every month has been hard. It was even harder near the due date.
All I can say is that you need time to grieve, and that you are OK. Grief is a very personal process and it's important to give yourself time. It hasn't been very long at all.
If you wish, a therapist who understands m/c might be helpful. Mine has been. I wish you all the best.View Thread
I just joined but I would suggest a therapy group for women who have had a stillborn. After 20 weeks there's the possibility of having to go through the delivery, so I'm sure anyone who's gone at least that far can relate at least somewhat to your friend. Good luck to both of you. What a good friend you are! She's lucky to have you!View Thread
I am so sorry. It sounds like you've had a really tough time and it makes sense that you'd feel so overwhelmed. Have you considered seeing a therapist? It sounds like you need someone who can help you sort through all of this and deal with your grief too.
Try not to worry about your daughter until there's something to worry about. You have enough on your plate.