have you had any miscarriages?

@skbh12 (2950)
Philippines
October 10, 2008 1:56pm CST
[b]hi to you reader! i have handled many patients who had miscarriages in the hospital i work in and after expelling out their baby, they cry. i know this is not easy for a mother who took good care of their babies while they were still inside who ends up leading to this situation. if you had a miscarriage, how were you able to handle this situation? did this stop you from wanting to have another baby? how many weeks or months did it take you for you to recover from the incident? if you are into this situation as of the moment, i would like to say sorry for what happened and that hoping you'd be okay. you will heal in time. happy posting and happy mylotting![/b]
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@sacmom (14317)
• United States
12 Oct 08
Yes, I have had 1 miscarriage. I cried right after it happened. And it took me over a year before I could think about it without crying. Yes, it has stopped me from wanting another baby. However, the opposite effect happened to my husband. Since it happened he wants us to have another baby more than ever. So we haven't stopped trying. It just hasn't happened...yet.
@skbh12 (2950)
• Philippines
12 Oct 08
have you had yourself checked to an ob-gyne? i think they have these treatments that wakes up the egg cells and helps it with regeneration thingy. i hope i am not wrong about this. i am not so good with ob-gyne talks..
@checapricorn (16066)
• United States
10 Oct 08
[i]Hello skbh, It never happened to me but had a friend in College who experienced this and the whole family was very sad since they really tried to take care of the baby as well as the mother but it happens and now she has 3 babies and all healthy! [/i]
@skbh12 (2950)
• Philippines
11 Oct 08
[b]hi checapricorn! at least now she has 3 healthy babies alive after the miscarriage she had wiht her first. but of course it is a different feeling if their first baby was delivered healthy and they could have had four kids as of the moment. well, life sometimes can be unpredictable and all you must do is to keep moving forward. happy posting and happy mylotting![/b]
@redkathy (3375)
• United States
10 Oct 08
I had a miscarriage in my first month. It was over 25 years ago. The doctor couldn't say what/why it happened, just that it did. I didn't have to go to the hospital or anything. I was pretty upset, and sad but since I really wasn't trying to have a baby, I think that made a big difference in my reaction. Two months later I was pregnant again and delivered my first son. Even though so much time has passed and both of my boys are grown I still wonder...
@skbh12 (2950)
• Philippines
11 Oct 08
[b]hi redkathy! if i would get pregnant to, i don't want this to happen to me too. having miscarriages. i know it will hurt me so much to lose a baby who should be a part of the family. well it shows that you didn't give up in producing another kind of your own. you believed that one day you'll have a baby of your own whom you'll taking care and loving all through your life. happy posting![/b]
@dawnald (84131)
• Shingle Springs, California
10 Oct 08
Both of my pregnancies were healthy ones and all 3 of my children were born safely (twins the second time around). My condolences to anybody who has lost children to miscarriage. That has to be incredibly hard.
@skbh12 (2950)
• Philippines
10 Oct 08
[b]yes. me too. i sincerely would like to extend my condolences to those who have encountered such as this. well, anway they immediately go to heaven since these babies are considered angels. happy posting![/b]