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    sxychclt posted:
    I had a misscarriage the day before my husband deployed ! Sucked having to go through it alone. The dr wouldnt give me a D&C. Here I am deployed. sucks to hear a lot of my friends are prego. Sooo the week I miscarried I myself got hit up for a deployment. Here I am thinking I shouldn't be here, and thinking how far along I would have been. I thought I would get over it but I'm not. I want to try again but scared about having another miscarriage.
    smithc27 responded:
    I am so sorry for your loss, and I can't imagine how much harder it has been without your husband. It takes a while to begin to feel 'normal' again after a miscarriage, but it will come. Have faith.

    And Kudos to you for wanting to try again. Just be sure to give yourself time to heal, physically and mentally. When it is meant to be, it will happen. GL to you and KUP

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