Why is it that everyone looks at me like I have a disease? I feel like everyone thinks I shouldn\'t talk about my miscarriage or the baby that I will never have. I hate the way our society tries to make us feel ashamed for what we are going through. When I went in for my 10 week check up my doctor told me in his own words that we were going to listen for the \"baby\'s heartbeat\" Almost immediately after we found out the my baby was no longer living. The Dr started saying things like \"pregancy is not viable\". Why is my baby now being called just a pregancy that is no longer viable? And whay is it that when I went to the book store and looked for books on miscarriage i found none yet there were many on babies and pregnancy. I feel like there is a ban on talking about miscarriage, even people in my family who I know have been through this will not talk about it. WHY?
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