here recently not that long ago I had found out that i was pregnant for the very first time and i was so excited until the doctor told me the rest he told me that i was pregnant in my falopian tubes and that he thought he'd caughtit in time and that i would have to have a procedure done to end the pregnancy and it hurt me so bad and it still does and I am having issue still dealing with that and my baby the father doesn't seem like he's grieved over our loss and i don't know half the time where we stand and i know he's supports me but i don't know how to cope or deal with everything
I am so sorry as I know how completely devestating this can be. I know it seems like your husband isn't mourning as he should, but we are the ones carrying the baby, we feel a connection with this tiny being we are carrying-for guys it is less tangible. You are allowed to feel and experience whatever emotions you are feeling. On the other hand if you feel like the depression is getting worse or that perhaps you are aren't living life well, therapy is a totally acceptable and encouraged route to take, this does not make you weak, in fact it shows your tenacity to get well.
As far as your husband, tell him how you feel, do not allow this tragedy to tear you two apart. Be a united team, discuss how you both feel about this loss and how you both view trying again (as long as this is an option approved by your doctor).
If I can offer you additional support, please feel free to message me anytime.