My son, Andrew was stillborn March 26. He was full term and I had a complete abruption, so I was told there was nothing I could have done to prevent it or to haved my sons life. After delivering him the doctors couldn't stop my bleeding so they had to do an emergency hysterectomy to save my life. It was only a month ago, but I am so overwhelmed with the pain I don't know what to do. I have a 16 month old now, but I can't bare the thought of not being able to have any more children. plus, 9 of my friends have either jsut had a baby or are due by July. I'm so angry. Its not fair at all. No one understands. All these support groups I've been told about have people who can get pregnant again and how thats something to look foward to. What do I have to look foward to? I feel so alone. Everyone seems to have moved on with their lives and I am no where near being able to do that. Does anyone have a similar situation or any advice? On top of losing my precious Andrew, I lost the ability to ever have any more and I'm only 24!!! HELP
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