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    Second I going crazy....
    cml1978 posted:
    I just suffered my second miscarriage. It turned out to be an ectopic pregnancy. I am devasted by this. My first miscarriage was back in Sept 2012. I am crazy to be this upset about it? I was only about 4-5 weeks pregnant. I found out I was pregnant and about 5 days later I went to the hospital with pains. I am struggling with this and I dont know what to do or who to talk to. My fiance keeps saying it's ok and that we can keep trying but I dont know what to do at this point or how I should feel. Am I crazy???
    Mandy_Smiles responded:
    First, I am so sorry for your losses. Second, you are not crazy! You are currently in shock and don't know how you are supposed to feel. Every person has a different way of digesting grief. My husband and I had a totally different way of "adjusting to life" after our loss. Don't allow anyone to tell you how you are supposed to feel, you need to be allowed to feel how you feel. Also, do not feel like you need to start trying again right away. You can take a breather from trying to conceive to allow yourself to take a break and readjust. (((HUGS))) and once again I am so sorry for your losses.

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