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Two months ago, I was pregnant with identical twin boys. I’ve coped pretty well in the aftermath, but not a day goes by where I don’t think of our loss at some point, and it's something I still struggle with at times.
I’ll no longer look at a positive pregnancy test—if I’m lucky enough to get one—and automatically think, "I’m having another baby!
But at some point, I had to accept the fact that nothing I said or did would make those babies come back, even though I wanted that pregnancy to work out.
Apparently, feelings like this are also normal, Dr.
Two days before my period was due, I took another pregnancy test. A few more days went by and still no period, so I took another test, only to get another negative.
I was stuck on a merry-go-round of emotions, and it wasn’t until I spent the whole day alternating between crying and being pissed off that I realized this was not OK. When my husband came home that night, I bawled in his arms. “It just feels so unfair that we have to go through this again.”My period finally arrived four days late (likely because my hormones still were not back to normal after my miscarriage), and it was almost a relief.