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Hope Following a Miscarriage
Sep 30, 2002

I have been on this site many times since last tuesday and it has helped me a great deal so i will tell my story in hopes that someone with similiar experiences may find some comfort knowing that they are not alone. my most recent tragedy started about 3 weeks ago when i was told that my HCG levels weren't rising as they should. Some told me it was just a waiting game and that eventually i would lose this pregnancy and others said that i shouldn't panic but of course i did because to me it wasn't just a pregnancy it was a baby inside of me that's life was seemingly in danger. And it was, i started to bleed on tuesday. there was a time in 1999 in April that i prayed i would never again have to feel this emptiness when on my first prenatal visit i saw my baby on an ultrasound w/ no heartbeat and then carried it for 2 weeks as the DR's hoped that it "would pass itself" but it didn't so i had to return for a D&C. i did have my second little angel following that disaster so i still had some hope. Hope that I still have and am eager to begin our journey again. Until then i will keep my little girls close to me and thank God each day for them and pray that next time will be better. I should say this and perhaps some other mothers that had babies after a miscarriage will agree, when you have a healthy child after miscarriage you feel a sense of fulfillment not that you won't always mourn the child that was lost but a sense that it was in fact the same spirit returning to you at a better time
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