Having lost twins at 23 weeks, I can honestly say I undersstand what you are feeling. I actually had to go into the hospital and be induced. There is a section on the opposite side of the regular labor & delivery I never knew existed for Mom's who are delivering sleeping babies, so you don't have to hear all the other babies crying. Best thing to do is be able to talk about it. Whether it be on here, or to a friend or family member. Show your emotions. Let them out. Heal.
Mine was a very traumatic experience. Went for an ultra sound after having a completely normal first 23 weeks and both babies hearts had stopped beating. Had to be induced. Caught the first baby in my hand as I was up to use the bathroom.... So very traumatic.
I had to tell myself that something wasn't right. A normal healthy baby's heart just doesn't stop beating. Much less two. What if I had carried them all the way to 9 months and then they died?? Or been born with sever deformities.... Just a few ways I dealt with my loss/es.
I am sorry you are going through this. Worst thing is, there are so many questions... And so little answers.
There isn't anything you can do in this situation. It is very sad and I am sorry you have had this happen twice. My heart goes out to you.
Often times there is something wrong after cells divide and your body is on auto. So miscarriages happen to keep baby from being born with problems. I now it wont bring comfort but I know that in time you will have a healthy baby. It just takes time. I am 26 and it took us over a year to get pregnant. I thought something was wrong with me cause I couldn't become pregnant. Turns out it just wasn't the right time.
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