I miscarried 5 weeks ago today at 9 weeks. I returned to work and ignored how I was feeling to help me cope, all of a sudden I feel so empty and sad. I still have not had my cycle and this is adding to my frustration of wanting to try for another, don't feel that I can speak to my husband as I don't wish to upset him all over again. I am hoping writing will help, open to suggestions.
I don't think sharing your feelings should upset him, maybe you should ask him how he is feeling about everything and then you can share your feelings so that it's an open conversation and he won't feel like you are just venting
You need to vent... Your husband needs to be strong for you... He suffered a loss also but your body went through some extreme changes during pregnancy and during the miscarriage. This is my first one and mine was at 12 weeks but the baby measured 9 weeks 1 day. I'm still trying to grasp what has happened as mine just happened last week. But if you need to talk I am here.
Hi I'm sorry for your loss I went through thus two weeks ago so still raw got me. I understand u distracting ur self with work. I'm back next week and don't know how I'm going to be. I agree with previous ladies in that you should maybe try and talk to ur OH , this is too much for you to deal with on ur own. Sending u big hugs xx
Thanks so much for replying I thought I was going mad posting last night and my insecurities were telling me no one would care, it's a tough situation where by its so common your made to feel you should just get on with it. Looking back I'd advise anyone to let it all out straight away as its began to effect my confidence and self image. We all know the statistics but who knew it would be so heartbreaking x
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