I am currently having a miscarriage and feel the same way you do. We live in northern NJ and Hurricane Sandy just make her way through. I was petrified that night of the storm and the wind was crazy...I was worried for my 3yr old and 13mth old's safety and my mother works night shift and was driving in the storm. We lost heat and electricity (we were very lucky). I got a terrible headache that wouldn't go away and started bleeding two days later. Went to ER and since I am only 7 weeks they could not tell if the pregnancy is still active. I have to see my OBGYN tomorrow to get more blood work done. I do feel like the stress of the storm caused this.View Thread
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