Hi, My name Is Brooke And i am 24 years old,I recently suffred a miscarriage on my birthday, on July 27th 2011, It has been really hard for me to deal with, I know people tell me that It will be ok and It will happen again and I believe them but i just want to say yea but you have no Idea how It feels right now. My sister which Is 27 has been trying to get pregnant for about a year now and about a week and a half before I found out that I miscarried she found out that she was pregnant, We were so exicted that we were going to be pregnant to gether, And now It is so hard for me to be around her, We are really close and I dont even know If I am going to be able to go to the hospital when she has the baby. I rarley talk about the miscarriage expect to my little sister. I have lead everybody to prety much think that I am ok, And I am sometimes i just want to talk about It because I think that It might and does help a little bit. I live with my Finacee and we hardly ever speak of It, When I miscarried about 2 weeks after we even split up, I think we were just both going through alot, We have gotten back together and things seem to be going great right now. I know that he can tell that i am still hurting because If a baby commerical comes on or It shows somebody pregnant or giving birth on T.V. he always tries to change the subject or something. We have not really discussed trying again even though we do eventually want a baby and to be honest I would like to go ahead and try we havent brought It up but a couple times, I think that we are both just scared of what might happen again. Thank you for letting me post my story and I would really appreciate any suggestions on what might could help. Thanks Again, BrookeView Thread
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