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Not be upset or seem to care if they have a miscarriage.
The friend of mine that just got married in May and was pregnant already. She didnt seem real happy she was pregnant instead called her husband a dumb *** for getting her pregnant already. SO on Wed she comes in the office for US. Afterward she tells me she started having cramping and bleeding. She was perfectly fine, was smiling and happy just like any other day. What she said "Oh gosh I hope I dont need a D&C". Really that is your biggest worry?
How is that possible? Even if you were planning on getting pregnant how can you not be upset by having a miscarriage?
Just ranting again!
I agree with both ladies! But it sounds more like relief! It's sad but if ur not ready for a kid and u don't make urself ready then it's the kid that will suffer in the end! Because they are a lot of work anf take a toll on ur relationship! They deserve nothing but lots of love and the feeling of being wanted!
I'm thinking she is probably relieved since she didnt seem thrilled at being pregnant to begin with.
I must be completely different, but even not planned I was devastated. I tried to put on a strong, okay face but it must have been written all over my face and in my eyes for a while afterwards because everyone knew. Thankfully that kept them from bringing it up because no matter how hard I tired I teared up whenever I talked about it for probably 6-9 mos after.