I have a 7 years old daughter, and now I was 6 weeks pregnant. We were very happy with the good news. But a week ago I stared spotting, I went to the doctor and he said that there is a posibility that it is a miscarriege, or either it is an early pregnancy. The spotting stop some days, but it stared again. When I went again to the doctor, he made me a sonogram, but no baby appears in it, and in the blood test, the results were low. The doctor told me that is a miscarriage, because for the low results in the blood test means it is not a normal pregnancy. I feel horrible, I hate myself. I take care of me more than in my first pregnancy, I don't understand what was wrong. I feel like I can't handle it, I feel very depressed, I cry a lot, but not in front of my daughter, because she needs to see me strong, but I feel like the pain is consuming me. I'm still spotting, but only a little bit, I don't really have my period yet, and I want that this nightmare be over.
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