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Unhappy Miscarraige : ( - August 16th 2009, 04:02 AM

I am 19 and I work with children. I have always wanted a child of my own but I definitely want to wait till I am older and more financially stable. With that said, I am on birth control and in the past year I have had 2 miscarraiges. The first time I cried myself to sleep every night for 2 weeks and my bf was very conserned but we never let our parents know. The second time I was almost three months along had no idea until I started having EXTREME pains in my stomache and had to be taken to the hospital. We still did not let our parents know. It has been 3 months since then but everytime I find out that another one of the girls I graduated with is having a baby I get really emotional to the point that I can't think straight. My bf tries to help but he knows there is really nothing more he can do. What can I do to stop these emotions from happening? Should I still be feeling this way?

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Re: Miscarraige : ( - August 16th 2009, 03:27 PM

Hey there .

I'm Really sorry to hear that you have had to go through this. I cant even begin to imagine how hard it must be for you and your boyfriend to go through this.

Personally, i would say it is extremely normal for you to be feeling this way, dont think theres something wrong with you, you are still grieving for the babies you lost. Maybe talking to your parents about it might help. Im sure they would want to be there for you. How ever, if you dont feel you can do so, maybe you could make an appointment with your GP and maybe get referrd to councilling. It doesnt have to be a long term thing, it can just be until you feel a bit better. Also if your worried that you have had two miscarraiges, you could also speak to your doctor and ask for tests to see if there is anything which is causing it.

Remember its normal to feel the way you do, but dont be afraid to talk to people how you feel. I hope everything gets better soon!

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