I was fine with not having anymore children until I got pregnant. I lost the baby at 7 weeks, but didn't require a D&C. My fiance doesn't think I should be upset because I only knew I was pregnant for two weeks. He told me "You are making this a bigger deal than it is." I believe that if he weren't so callous, I would have an easier time getting through this. It hasn't even been a week. Now he is telling me he doesn't want anymore kids. So in the time we have been together, I have gone from being with a guy who wanted kids, to not wanting kids, but doing nothing to stop it, to being pregnant, to miscarrying, to never having anymore kids. Am I crazy for feeling like I am on a roler coaster ride from hell. Is it possible to be attached at 7 weeks, or am I insane. Should he be more supportive or am I really over reacting? I really think this may end our relationship. So I feellike I have lost the baby and the man I was supposed to marry. Please help! Does anyone know of a good place for men to do some research. I have asked him to please research this since he has no experience with it. I also had an abortion 4 years ago. I was all but forced to do so, and I sat infront of the in take counselor and cried and told her I felt like I was being forced to have the abortion, but they didn't stop me. This miscarriage has brought all of that to the surface, but none of my feelings seem to matter. Thanks~
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