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Hi, I'm new to the thread but I am very sorry your dealing with this. I myself have bee unable to rest well and having severe panic attacks lately. To the point I hyperventilate so bad I feel I may pass out. My heart beats so fast its scary. My husband, although a great man, deals with his own form of anxiety disorder so tries to comfort me but has no idea what to do. It's a very sad thing to live with each day. Have you or are you trying any type of medication tonhelp you with any of this? I really hope things get better for you hun.
I suffered from Suicidal depression after my first loss, so I have a small idea of how you might be feeling. I do recommend therapy, several types. First, the Doctor type. Then the chocolate and ice cream type. And then the retail type, go buy yourself a new pair of shoes or something. As much as you feel the world is coming down around you, getting out (don't go to a mall or Walmart, hit up specialty stores where you're less likely to see babies and pregnant women) WILL help. Enlist your best friend, the one who won't care if you break down over lunch or coffee.
Man do not know how to handle miscarriage. It is very different for them. Yes, they've lost a child too, but they do not have to have the physical aspects of it happen. For most, the only thing they know they can do that will not make you a- cry or b-get angry .. is to give you quiet comfort.