I'm a mom who's had two miscarriages back to back. I do have a 14 month old alive and well, he is my first born. I had gotten pregnant around the end of 2020 and ended up miscarrying in December 2020. What a great bday gift from your body. I was torn, upset, I didn't know how to cope. I couldn't work, and any time I seen a baby or a pregnant woman I would cry my eyes out. Then here comes February 2021 I found out I was pregnant again. I didn't know how to feel but I was full of anxiety. In March of 2021 I had my second miscarriage. To say I was distraught was an understatement. I really wanted to have a baby. My doctor ran test and couldn't find anything thing to be the cause. So if I'm not filled with anger, sadness or depression I'm filled with anxiety. I'm scared to even have sex with my partner because I fear another miscarriage. I was depressed and lashing out for weeks because I couldn't understand what was happening to me again. I'm still struggling some days are super hard some are easy. I still feel rafe when I see other babies and pregnant women. I don't know what else to do. Me and my partner don't even talk about the miscarriages so I be feeling alone sometimes even when he's there to help and support me.
Hi there. I'm so sorry about your losses. Miscarriage is brutal, confusing and heartbreaking. I'm having my 11th miscarriage now, after delivering my son stillborn on 1/25/21. I've run through all of the tests, everything under the sun and nobody can ever tell me why this happens to me. Through it all, I have been able to have 4 amazing living children. I completely understand the pain, rage and anguish. I wish there were more resource being put into why women miscarry, and ending the stigma and taboo around women's health in general. You are not alone!
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers and wishing you happiness on your journey.
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