On February 4th I found out I was pregnant, 3 positive tests later my worst fears were confirmed I was having a baby. Don't get me wrong it wasn't that I didn't want to continue with the pregnancy but as I'd only known my boyfriend three months at the time it wasn't quite how I'd wanted things to go. Two weeks later I started bleeding so went to the hospital and they booked me in for an ultra sound later on in the week. The bleeding continued and when the day of the scan finally arrived I already knew I'd lost the baby. The nurse confirmed my instincts and I was told I'd had an cervical ectopic pregnancy and would not be allowed to leave the hospital until the sac had either discharged itself or I'd had a procedure to remove it. Fortunately it did discharge itself and I was allowed home. Now five months on I thought I was coping but a letter came this morning offering me a 3d scan of my baby at this special time and I'm shattered all over again. How have other people got through this?
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