I just got married about three months ago. A few weeks ago I started feeling signs of a pregnancy. I was about ready to make a dr. appointment to confirm my suspicions (I wanted to wait until I was very sure because my husband recently lost his job and we don't have money). Five days ago I started bleeding and cramping very badly. I stayed on the couch all day because of the pain. The next day, after I realized that this couldn't be normal, I lay on the couch all day crying. I haven't gone to the dr... and don't plan to because of money, but I am sure that my baby is gone. All signs of the pregnancy are gone too. I think I would have been about 6 weeks along.
I feel like I have no one to talk to. I had only told my husband, mother, and mother-in-law my about it. They felt bad for me... but have pretty much put the matter out of their minds now. I have no friends who would understand because I'm only 19 and the first of my friends to get married.
My sister and sister-in-law are both pregnant right now... due within a couple weeks of each other. My baby would have been only about a month behind them. It just seemed so perfect and I was so excited to start my family. I want to try again. My mother told me we should wait until we are more financially secure... which could take a year or two. I don't want to wait that long! Thoughts? Experiences? Advice?View Thread
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