Hello I am new to this site. My husband and I had decided to try for our 3rd child. On April 25th I found out I was pregnant, went to my dr. and was told I was only 4 weeks along. I was concerned because I had my gall bladder removed on April 6 and wanted to make sure that I was not pregnant during the surgery. My dr assured me I wasn't since I was given a blood pregnancy test that came back negative. On May 5th I had to call 911 due to severe stomach cramps and I felt as if I was going to pass out. Once I made it to the er they did an ultrasound on me. I was told that I was actually 8 weeks pregnant, but it was stuck in my tube and the pain I was feeling was from my tube ruputuring and I was bleeding internally. I lost the baby and they had to remove the damaged tube. I had an emotional break down Monday and my husband didn't understand why. I am finding that he is not going to be a person I can talk to about this and I feel like I have to smile and put on a happy face around him. I almost died from the internal bleeding and he thinks I should be ok because I am here. I need to talk to people that understand.
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