hi, in october i lost my baby at 20 weeks gestation, it was a nightmare miscarriage not text book at all, i got married on 11th october, went for my 20 week scan on 13th october was told the baby had died 2 weeks previously, was given a pill that day to help start labour, on 16th october i gave birth to my daughter, then retained the placenta and lost a lot of blood (a litre and a half was recorded, and that wasnt including the large clots that came out as well) after an hour the dr's managed to get the placenta out, however 6 weeks later i was still bleeding and had a follow up scan which revealed placenta still there so was scheduled for a d&c which i had on the 25th november. my baby would have been due on the 5th march, in 8 days time, i am starting to feel anxious about the day, i keep looking at her ashes (in the beautiful little box they are in) and looking at where we are keeping her photo's, i know i'm gonna break down next week when her due date is here.. has anyone got any tips on how to get through that day? i have decided that on her due date we are going to put her ashes in the plant that we brought in her memory, and im not looking forward to that either.
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