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I was 6 weeks pregnant n yesterday I woke up to blood. I went to the er where they informed me I miscarried. I have two girls n I just never thought this would ever actually happen to me. It hurts so bad n I don't understand how u suppose to move on when every time I go to the bathroom I am reminded of the child I lost. I seen a pregnant woman today n broke down. My husband even broke down n I have never seen him like that. We decided we were gone try again but we was so sure that, that baby was our boy. The boy we been praying for. There r not a lot of sites to help you with this. I feel like there should be more. I'm so lost. I decided to get a tattoo in remembrance. I so just wanna wake up from this nightmare n have my child back with me. Just don't know what to do!
I'm so sorry. I suffered a miscarriage at 7 weeks in August and I was a wreck for awhile. I had an uncomplicated first pregnancy with my daughter, and just like you, never thought it would happen to me. Give yourself time to grieve, in whatever way you think will help you. Its so normal to feel sad, angry, guilty etc. I can tell you that even though the pain never goes away, time makes it easier to deal with. I also got a tattoo (its in the pregnancy loss remembrance section) and it helped me immensely. I no longer look at it and cry but I would be lying if I said I never cried about the loss. It's not something you will ever get over, but its something you will manage and come to terms with. Once again so sorry and lots of