I just had a miscarriage at 17 weeks. It was weird though. I was about to get in the shower one day and it seemed as if I was urinating on myself and I then I saw blood when I went to wipe myself. I went to the hospital when they told me that I had lost all of my fluid and my baby wasn't going to survive. They induced labor and I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl the next day, but sadly she didn't survive. She was so small but I did get to hold her and I closed my eyes and told myself that she was just sleeping. I didn't want to let her go. How do you get through this pain, I feel like a part of me went with her and I want her back.
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