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I just woke up from such a bad dream. I drempt I had a friend who miscarried about the same time I'm at now. This is a fictional friend, wasn't really anyone I knew. It bothers me so much.
Last pregnancy I had a dream that I was shopping with my sister and she was pushing my DS in a carrage and I was pushing my baby #2 in a carrage. Then all of a sudden her carrage went missing I was running through the store looking for my DS. Then I happened to look in my carrage and he was there. It was my second that was missing. I didn't care I stopped looking for them. As long as I had my DS.
Sometimes I think dreams are telling you something or preparing you. I don't want to feel so terrible but all the innocence I had left with this pregnancy is more doomed than before. Now I feel like I'm on a clock and all I'm suppose to be doing is waiting for the end to finally come.
I know I was nervous before, worring here and there of the same fate. But a part of me also felt this time will be ok. Now I just don't know how to feel right now. Its so fresh in my mind. I called my mom 2 seconds after I woke up. I wanted to talk to her about it but couldn't get the words out. I only mentioned I had a bad dream. I didn't say what kind. Why is it so hard for me to talk to ppl. This is so easy I feel like I'm talking to myself since there is no one looking back at me. I didn't want to cry anymore.
I think dreams are our inner fears. I fear I will lose my baby, so I dream of m/c. I fear I will not be a good mother or my baby will die, so I dream of leaving it on the roof of my car or something. As I said in another post, I have been having quite a few nightmares. I think it's only natural after what we've been through.
Another nightmare girl here. I understand the "clock" feeling too. I don't really think there is a cure for it. I try to keep my head up, some days are good, most not. Being here means you are changed, forever. I have found that I did not allow myself to get over my last preg and the loss. Maybe that is what you are going through?? My sister keeps telling me I should go see a grief therapist. I don't know though. I wish I had magic words for you to help you feel better. ((HUGS)) I try to just think about today, and get through today, and worry about tomorrow then. Most of the time that works.
I agree that our dreams often stem off our worst fears. I had a lot of nightmares at the beginning of this pregnancy. I was sure they meant I was going to loose this little one in the first trimester as I had the others. But now we're nearing the third trimester
(((hugs))) I'm glad you could share with us. I know it's hard to talk to people IRL about these things.