I had a pulmonary embolism and almost died two years ago and was told at the time that it would not be advisable to have children in the future. I have had 15 miscarriages and they have looked into every link between the two but cannot find any. We are at the end of the road on this one. My (estranged) dad died last year from PE and two days ago I lost my step dad to pulmonary trauma. I was there at his bedside for 30 hours which wasn't easy and my mum is very traumatized. I invited her over for dinner last night because I am trying not to leave her on her own as she has mentioned suicide. However, my mother-in-law also came over and Facetimed with my sister-in-law who announced that she was pregnant and showed everyone the scans. My mother-in-law was dancing round and whooping with joy and also saying that it was great since she didn't think she was going to be a grandma thanks to my failure. My husband just cannot understand why my mum and me found this so hurtful at this difficult time. He is angry with me for not being joyful for them but he doesn't understand that seeing the scans and all of the joy is so difficult right now. Please - I need opinions over whether I am wrong to feel this way. It is not the news which is upsetting but the way it was broken. Am I being unreasonable??
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