My husband and I had an unsuccessful IVF cycle a few months ago, and I was crushed when I found out I wasn't pregnant. Luckily we had three frozen embryos left over from the cycle that we could use later. Earlier in December, we underwent a Frozen Embryo Transfer with the two embryos that survived. We found out that we were pregnant, and were so excited! It was amazing to think that we had actually made the tiny life that we wanted so badly. We were already thinking about getting the nursery ready for our new baby! We found out that over the Christmas weekend I had a m/c. I have never felt so hopeless or alone. I know that so many women have been through this before, but it feels like no one understands. How do I cope with the feelings of emptiness?
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