Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing great out there. I am new to this, but realizing that I am not coping with my loss, I need someone to talk to that knows what it feels like to lose a pregnancy. I found out I was expecting on a Tuesday 2/26/13 and on Thursday I noticed spotting, by the end of the day I was in the ER and they confirmed I was miscarrying, I was exactly 5 weeks. I have not decided if I wanted to start trying again, we weren't trying the first time, but now after this experience I want to. This was my first pregnancy so I had a lot of worries and thoughts, but after going through the natural miscarriage, I am even more worried that something could be wrong with me, my body. infertility runs in my family, and I really want to have kids, and this only added to my fear that I may not be able to have kids.. all I got from my dr was that this is normal, and that most likely there was a chromosomal issues that made my body naturally miscarry. this is obviously not enough for me, I need answers or at least comfort from people other than family members, who never gone through this and my dr who doesn't help in my need for answers! if anyone out there can share their comfort or reassurance to me that would be greatly appreciated. I am so very sad still, two months later, I am deathly afraid of this happening again and of the possibility that this is a sign that not all is good with me. I just hope to one day have a child, and this is just really killing me.View Thread
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