I'm new to this community. I lost my son Jonathan on December 27, 2007 (stillborn at 37 weeks). It's been almost a month and I've had days where I feel good and then the next day I'll feel really sad and depressed. How long do these ups and downs last? I have three children (twins 8 years old and a 5 year old). I want a baby ASAP. I know I need to wait till I heal emotionally and physically; however, I'm 37 years old and have had fertility problems in the past (my twins were IVF babies). I was not planning to have more children when I became pregnant with my son last year; however, I was so excited about having a another baby. Then my dreams were shattered. i should be on maternity leave and instead I'm back at work. I should be taking care of my newborn.
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