This experience is such an emotional rollercoaster. I had a miscarriage in December and although my body is back to normal (doctor said it as ok to start trying again) my mind is not. Last week I was still crying almost daily and wanting to get pregnant again soon, but know this is not the right time. I am starting a new job in June and when I was hired (back in December) they knew I was pregnant and hired me anyway. I then told them about the miscarriage and they were so supportive and said that being pregnant did not have anything to do with hiring me and it was Ok that I was, then they were so sorry that I wasn't. So we were not going to start trying until this summer, but this weekend my husband and I both had a 'lets see what happens' night and did not use protection. I had been using an ovulation kit just to make sure I was back on track and the next morning it said I was ovulating. So I went from wanting to get pregnant again to freaking out that I might be. I am now totally stressed out about the idea of actually being pregnant, if I am ready, how this will affect my new job, etc. I need some reassurance that either way my husband and I will be ok. Please give me some words of wisdom to calm down until I find out for sure.
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