Okay, so I dont understand all the internet lingo for this so I have to spell everything out. Sorry! Anywho... I have been trying to concieve for 6mo. I have a daughter (9mo old yesterday!) but we want so badly t have 2 babies close in age. Unfortunatly I have a bicornuate uterus and possible cervical cancer. (still running tests) So my husband and I are starting to feel like its not going to happen. We had a misscarraige april 26th and it shook us pretty badly. I find myself resenting every pregnant person I see. I know I shouldnt feel this way, but I just dont understand how people can get pregnant when they arent even trying and we have been trying so hard and nothing but heart ache. Anybody have a situation like this? and How are you coping? Is there a way to not cry every time i see a pregnant person?View Thread
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