I started bleeding and having stomach cramps earlier this week, saw my doctor on wednesday and she reffered me to the maternity unit for a scan, the scan showed i had had a complete misscarriage.
I was 11 weeks.
I feel kind of numb about it right now, although depression keeps hitting me.
Is it normal for me to feel angry towards pregnant women? It makes me angry/sad, why are they allowed to have a child yet i can't?
Uh. sorry, i'm just quite shaken right now.
I have a few friends on facebook who are pregnant, and it's like they're trying to rub it in my face.
Hey hun exact same thing happened to me a few weeks ago - im exactly the same! i think it is totally normal. It's a horrible thing to have to go through * big hugs*
I suppose I'm just counting that things get easier with time.
I feel the same, I get angrier when I see a woman with 2 babies, I think why does she get to have two when I wasn't even allowed I keep my one!! And when I see pregnant women doing things they shouldn't I feel like they don't deserve to be pregnant and why I lost mine when I was so careful!'
Worst was finding out yesterday that my SIL is pregnant, it was supposed to be me having a baby not her!! And then I feel so guilty because I should be happy for her, and if I hadn't just lost my baby I would have been fine!
3 weeks ago I was one of those women posting on Facebook about everything to do with my pregnancy. If I'd have known how much I may have been upsetting one of my friends I would have stopped immediately. I have actually unsubscribed from my pregnant friends posts, it stops me seeing their happy statuses without deleting them as friends, coz its not their fault and I don't think they know how sad I am.
I hope you are both feeling better. I had my first day back at work today and I have just come home and burst into tears because it's really all back to the way if was now, I really am not pregnant and I really did lose my baby. Big hugs to you both xxxxxxx
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