I am just wondering if there are any members in this community who had to have a hysterectomy at an early age, before you were ready to give up bearing children. I had to have a hysterectomy last week, at age 30, due to complications from a late miscarriage. I am blessed to have two beautiful and healthy daughters, but my husband and I had always planned for more children and I feel such sadness at this sudden loss of the ability to bear any more children. I am wondering if others have worked through this adjustment and what kinds of things helped you come to terms with this new reality (other than time!). Thanks.
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