I miscarried on Father's Day not knowing I was pregnant, long story short, I still got my periods normally schedualed, just very light and not as long. I did take a pregnancy test because that wasn't normal to me and it came out negative. I ended up having to surgeries in my mouth, not knowing I was pregnant and believe that could have been a reason why my baby didn't survive. Today I went in for a follow up and found out after doing some calculations with my doctor, going over my last periods ( I keep track on a calander) I was almost 19 weeks along. I'm in total shock, and feel like I'm re-living it again, I did see how big it was and am so upset that I didn't know! I thought I was finally getting back to normal until today and then found out one of my friends who was 2 months along just miscarried yesterday. I'm so sad again, and just want to know how long this sadness stays with you? Does the guilt ever go away?
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