Hi my name I'm a 27 year old married female, I've had 2 losses. My first was a ectopic pregnancy at 5 weeks and that was about 2 years ago my second pregnancy was a miscarriage at also 5 weeks and that happened last year around September My husband and i are actively trying again and I'm doing my best with trying not to have negative thoughts such as Will I ever have a full term pregnancy resulting in a healthy baby or will I lose another pregnancy and have to go through the mental and physical pain again or the worst which is Will I ever have a child/children. I'm looking for support from others who have been in my situation and can provide positivity in this journey I hope to hear back from every and anyone who is willing to share advice tips or just anything positive thanks in advance and I'm sending Lots of baby dust to EVERYONE TTC!!View Thread
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