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When I lost my baby, a coworker of mine lost hers 2 weeks afterwards. When she lost hers, she was the only person in real life who was going through what I was so I found comfort talking to her. I was a little nervous when I found out I was pregnant this time around (we all know the jealousy and uncomfortable feelings we get around pg women after a loss) that she wouldn't want to have much to do with me. She found out, roughly 2 weeks after me, that she was pg too. She's seen the heartbeat and is due about 12 days after I am. It's wonderful to me and I am so happy for her. In a way her loss was connected to mine and now her pg is conncected to mine. Just thought I would share.
I'm so happy for you two. That is wonderful! Unfortunately for me, my friend and I were pregnant last time a week apart but she lost her baby at 8 weeks and I lost Cassie at 20 weeks. Then, the day I found out I was pregnant again, she m/c again, again 1 week ahead of me The really weird thing is we both have two kids the same age, our oldest are 2 days apart and our younger ones are 5 weeks apart. And no, none of this was planned.
I also met a lady who lost her baby at 22 weeks 2 weeks before I lost Cassie (and has since become a good friend). She fell pregnant again when I was 6 weeks or so, unfortuantely she too has m/c again.
So count yourself lucky to have a friend to go through both the loss and the subsequent pregnancy!