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I have a 9 year old daughter and an 8 year old son. I have n

I have a 9 year old daughter and an 8 year old son. I have not been able to get pregnant since until recently. Now I've had two miscarriages the past 6 months, I was informed of the second miscarriage today, the baby has no heartbeat, Looking for any reason to not give up right now

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Jun 14

I empathize with you on your losses. This is too much to take. M/Cs leave nothing but sadness. The empty space they create is never filled by anything.
I have been through this for 3 years. I can completely understand what you are going through. It is so much difficult to handle all this. But you have to gather up all your courage and fight this.
You should consult your doctor for this. In my case, I was diagnosed with unexplained infertility. Then we decided to go for surrogacy. As it was the best option for us.
Now we have a baby girl. And we all are happy together.:)
You must visit the doctor. It will work out for you too. Lots of wishes to you.

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Jun 21

Hey! Please don't worry. You have to stay strong. I know MCs are really hard to deal with. But that does not mean it's the end of the world. I've had 3 MCs. It was really disturbing for me. But I did not lose hope. I conceived the 4th time. And now I have a baby boy. You should not give up so easily. Things will be fine soon.

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Jun 21

It's okay sweetie. So many of us are dealing with MCs. I have too. But I never lost my hope. I recently came to know that I am infertile. Even then I did not lose hope. You are fertile and you can try again. Why are you giving up so easily? These things take time sometimes. Don't worry. Keep trying with the consultation of your doctor. Good luck.

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