The Lord knows our burden and I too am waiting for the miracle after many losses. Lord, please bless this woman with a healthy child. Only you know what this will look like. You put the desire in us Lord, to create a child. You give us an empty womb we so want to fill, please help us keep our eyes on you as we yearn to fill this void. Show this woman how to be as healthy as she can in mind, body, and soul and bless her in this way Lord. I wish you the very best. Your sister in Christ.View Thread
In the past 5 years, I have been pregnant 3 times. Lost the first at 6 weeks, the second at 12 weeks, the third at 7 weeks. I can't afford INV, and fertility meds for 3 months sent me over the edge (breakdown). I am 43, so the docs say...maybe old eggs, not sure. Have been on progesterone and that helps for awhile but makes me quick to feel angry. Now just not sure what God wants me to do. Sigh... Have done nutrition changes, baby aspirin, acupuncture. Really stuck and my emotions are pretty raw at the moment. Thoughts???View Thread
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