Wed I went to the doctor thinking I had just a cyst and was 7 weeks pregnant. We'd I was rushed into surgery having blood behind my uterus and going to my liver. I had an abdominal pregnancy, it was implanted in my colon, I had a golf ball sized cyst removed, and the only thing saved my life was my bowels were somehow wrapped around my tubes. They fixed it cleaned the tubes out of scare tissues and removed the pregnancy as well. I woke up to hear all this and being told I was only a few hours from death. My partner was packing up n down and crying my mother said, idk if it was for me the baby or both as I wasn't sure he wanted the baby. But I did idk how to deal with all this. There is so much pain it's not like my normal csetcions or like how the people said this would feel, it hurts doctor said its from the extra work they did. But then there's the emotional pain, and all I get is the things happen for a reason, god has a plan, blah blah blah, I'm tired of that crap. I just want to know how to go on, how to cope, how I know if he cares. He's been here every step but I'm so lost and want to know someone else is out there that does or has felt like me and can help me. Sometimes I just wish I'd waited the few hours,. Idk if I want to be here anymore I can't ever catch a break.View Thread
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