To still be so sad? I had my second miscarriage in October. and that was by far the worst experience in my life. I knew i was going to miscarry since the first 2 months i was going to the Dr. every week for ultrasounds and the fetus just wasn't developing. so as hard as the news was i decided to just go home and let it pass naturally, since My 1st loss ended up in having a D&C and was scared to do it again. so about the 3rd day.. i started hem merging really bad. and it wouldn't stop. it was like i turned on a faucet. so i had to take the ambulance and was rushed to the hospital. I passed out about 4 times had two IV'S and had an emergency D&C. i stayed at the hospital for about 4 days after and ended up having a blood transfusion. today i feel healthy but am still devastated. My husband wonders why i'm still depressed and told me that it happed like 20 yrs ago ( dont you love his sarcasm) and that i shouldn't be sad. i know its been 8 mo. from our last loss but i dont know why i still feel as if it were yesterday and dont know what to do? im a hairstylist so have to go to work everyday as if im ok. but deep down inside i just want to go to my room and cry all day. has this every happened to anyone??
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