I just found out on Friday (9/11) that I was having a missed miscarriage. My husband and I went in for our 10 week ultrasound and there was no heartbeat. It was supposed to be a joyous day seeing our little one for our first ultrasound. The pain and sadness I feel in unbelievable. I was in shock and woke up the next morning wishing it was all a bad nightmare. I can't stop crying. I thought everything was going right - I started taking prenatals months prior to conception, I had (and still have)morning sickness. To make things worse, the doctor said it may take several weeks for me to pass the placenta and the remains of the baby naturally which is making it hard to move on. Knowing my baby is dead inside of me still is a horrible feeling. I wish there was a way to speed it up (I don't want a D&C due to the risk of uterus scarring). I want to try again but was told I should probably see a fertility specialist since this was my 2nd miscarriage in a row. My heart just aches with pain and sadness.
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