Hi. I won't say "I know how you feel" because everyone is different and has different feelings but I've lost 4 babies and know that it can be devastating and frustrating and heartbreaking and so much more. So many thoughts go through your head...and nothing is wrong to think and there's no certain way that you should feel. I wish I had something more comforting to say but please know you're not alone. It will seem to get better bit by bit and then there may be a setback where you feel bad again - and that's okay. Just be easy with yourself and make sure you keep lines of communication open with your husband - you two are the only ones that are experiencing the loss in the same way. Rely on each other and comfort each other. There's no set timeframe in which you have to feel better so don't feel pressure. My first baby was lost in 2010 and I stil think about him/her from time to time. It's okay - they're a part of your family, even if they weren't born - you are still his/her mother and no one can take that away.View Thread
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