WOW! U don't know just how similar ur story sounds like my own! Except my miscarriage was an " ectopic preganacy." It's basically where it was stuck in my tubes, and I was etimated to be 10-12 weeks along, And had NO CLUE!! to this day ( 2years later) I can't figure out if it's best I didn't know or would it have been easier on me & my husband if we known I was Preg.? I'd like to tell u that it gets easier with time, but I can't! I guess it all depends on you as person and just how bad/good you are taking the situation! I know for myself, it hasn't been the greatest 2yrs, emotionaly, physically, or even marriage wise! 1st few months: I laid around cryin, sleepin, eating everything I could. Almost 1yr after: I got to where I wanted to talk about it! I did too, lookin back I must have talk to everyone about all the time. That's all I talked about, it's like I was in my own way tryin to figure out any clues I could as to WHY it happened to me? For a while I thought I was getin out of my SLUMP/ DEPRESSION, but I'm back there again & have been for past 6months!! Keep thinkin I should've been preg. AGAIN by now! WHAT'S WRONG W/ ME? Or is my husband? What can I do? If anybody can help/ give advice PLSE HELP ME?!!View Thread
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