Sorry this is a long one and a bit of a rant! 31/10 was my 12 week scan where I found out I'd had a mmc at 4/5 weeks. Sunday 13/11 started with some spotting and is getting heavier by the day. I am due my 1st tablet tomorrow 16/11 and was hoping that I would have to go into hospital 2 days later as I would of perfered for it to happen in the privacy of my own home and also 1 of my so called friends works on that ward! So found out I'd had a mmc on the 8/11 as she saw me in hospital. No sorry for your loss or anything. She should understand more than anyone what it's like as she had a mc in May All she could say was "Oh well, mine was planned so we struggled more, besides you should be grateful you've had any kids." we never told anyone we we're ttc and was too upset to put her straight. She is now 20 weeks pregnant although not showing so makes it a little more bareable for now. She hasn't since mentioned the mmc and goes on to texting me about her babies progress and even sent me a scan picture yesterday on my phone telling me how mad she was that the baby wasn't in the right position so they couldn't tell the sex of the baby! All she does is moan about "losing her baby weight" and how "they are now going to have to wait to find out the sex of the baby, which is unfair as our other friend found out hers about a month ago!". To say she was so desperate for a baby she doesn't seem very happy, she's just constantly moaning about the weight she's put on and how much harder it is for her! Sorry I am just so mad right now. Some people can be so selfish. Her baby is due on my son's birthday which is like a kick in the teeth made even worst when she said she's " praying it doesn't fall then because there is no way her baby is sharing a birthday, it'll be their babies special day!" We have decided to wttc number 3 till April so there will be time for me to get over this mmc and also so my son will be a little older when baby number 3 will be born. So we are looking forward to the future instead of the anger and hurt thats around us at the moment.