How do you get over a loss of a baby? To never hear their heartbeat. I was 6 weeks pregnant, and I lost the one thing I wanted so badly. I can't get over this, it is so hard. I had to have surgrey to…Continue
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It sounds like you had an eptopic pregnancy. My daughter had two of these pregnancies. It is indeed heartbreaking. We cried and cried each time. Our hearts were broken.
What helped us through it was our faith. My family is very…"
How do you get over a loss of a baby? To never hear their heartbeat. I was 6 weeks pregnant, and I lost the one thing I wanted so badly. I can't get over this, it is so hard. I had to have surgrey to remove my baby and my fallopian tube. I dont know if i can ever have kids. I am lost, confused, scared. I dont know who i am anymore, how do you move one no matter how old or how long it still kills you inside.See More
"I was only 6 weeks pregnant, and I found out that my baby implanted in my fallopian tube. I had to have surgery to remove my baby and my fallopian tube. I dont know if i will be able to have kids because there was some scar tissue on my other…"
I am starting this group because I have experienced 2 losses and now have to accept not having children at all. I am still working through this but have an added benefit of almost completing my Masters degree in counseling.See More
I am 25 years old, I live a crazy life, but a life that I don't feel like I belong to anymore.
About my Loss:
Almost 3 months ago i found out that I was pregnant. My first pregnancy, and I was excited. A week later I found out that the baby had implanted in my Fallopian tube and I had to have surgery. I know only have half a chance to get pregnant. But this loss is hitting me hard.
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So sorry for your loss.
Similar to others, I can understand your pain. I wish comfort to you but I know it is not easy. Please take your time.
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