This past Sunday morning I had my second miscarriage in six months (ironically within a few days of the actual date the first occurred). Because of the first, I did not get my hopes up too high with this pregnancy even though it lasted twice as long as the previous. I will say that with this one was far more painful (or perhaps I was just in shock with the first). The sadness and depression that washed over me like a massive wave the first time has been replaced by uncertainty and confusion as to why my body seems to be "defective' in a sense. A part of me would really like to find out what's going on and if I will ever be able to carry to term; then there is the other part of me that just wants to give up and request for my tubes to be snipped and burned so that I don't put myself or my boyfriend through this heartache again...View Thread
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