I am 16 years old, I got pregnant by mistake after my so called boyfriend purposely broke the condom we were using to intentionally get me pregnant. When I realised I was pregnant, I panicked but then came to terms with the pregnancy and began to love my unborn baby. I stopped smoking drinking etc. Of course, I needed the pregnancy confirmed, when I did a pregnancy test it came back negative. I was genuinely heart broken. I was never pregnant, or so I thought. I accpeted it and moved on, and went back on self destruct mode. At the beginning of the year, I experienced hurrendoud stomach pains at the bottom of my stomach. I went to see my doctor who told me I was pregnant, but he was concerned about the amount of pain I was in. When I found out I was pregnant, for the first time in months I felt happy but when he expressed his concern I got scared. I knew I had really let myself go because I thought I wasn't pregnant. A scan at the hospital revealed I had lost my baby. This was on the 10th of this month and I am devastated. I'm heartbroken. I want my little baby back, not another baby, I want my baby. But he's gone, and it's my own fault. It's all my fault. How can I come to terms with this? How can I learn to live with the guilt? How do you cope with losing the one thing that made you want to live again? Because I don't think I can cope anymore. With my past and my current situation. I don't know what to do anymore. I need help. My counselling has never worked. I need some real advice. How am i supposed to do this?
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