I know how you feel! I went to a dr as well just last month, but we wanted to wait to do the testing until after Christmas. We started trying in Dec. of last year and got pregnant right away, but I only carried my baby for 6 weeks. Thankfully I didn't have to have a D&C, but it was still very traumatic for me because I really wanted that baby. It has been up and down, but God has a plan for the both of us and He will take care of everything once He feels we are ready! Baby dust to you and keep your chin up!! View Thread
I too feel the same way! I had a miscarriage at the beginning of this year and my cousin's gf just had a baby that was born at the same time that the baby I had lost would have been born. I couldn't even look at the poor kid and it wasn't even his fault! I try to explain it to my husband and he just doesn't seem to understand. It is very hard to go through and feel that way because you are happy for everyone else, but it takes an emotional toll on you as well. Keep your chin up! You just may not be as ready as you think you are and when it happens it will be even more special for you!!!!View Thread
Hi everyone, I feel silly posting on here, but I don't know what else to do to help myself through all of this. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant since last December. As soon as I got off the pill I got pregnant, but only carried my baby for 6 weeks. I was completely devastated! We started trying again a couple months after that. I made an appointment with an infertility doctor to start discussions on what may possibly be wrong. I don't know what else to do!!! I feel like there is something wrong with me!View Thread
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