I had a miscarriage nearly 2 months ago. I thought I had accepted it as my fiance and I weren't ready to have a child. A few days ago it suddenly hit me hard that I actually had a miscarriage. I cry everyday now and am anxious to have another baby. Is this my hormones playing games on me or do you think it is normal to grief 2 months later?
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