Hi, my hubby is 22 yrs older than I am and he has a son already from his ex. We just got married last year and since Feb 2012 I have had 2 MC's (1 spontaneous and 1 blighted ovum with suction evacuation at 11wks). I am confused as I do not know which of us is the problem and we cannot see a Fertility specialist just yet as we are moving to a different country Mid Jan 2013. We started trying properly last month and the 2 week wait killed me. What was worse is that my period came on 2 days late - disappointed to say the least. I feel like this TTC stress is not helping our relationship, we both want kids together so bad and we both feel a tremendous loss with the MC's. I feel so sad and confused. Its hard to not give up hope in the midst of all of the changes coming our way (career change, moving continent again). I need some help to pull me out of this hole I am sinking into! Any words of advice would be welcome. I know I am not the only one to suffer MC's and I wish you all strength in dealing with it too. Thanks!View Thread
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