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An_244158 posted:
Three weeks ago I found out I was pregnant. The following week I went to the doctor for my first appointment. The tell me after my urine test that they were both negative. My husband and I were both confused and I was upset about the news I almost felt stupid sitting there. The doctor then did a physical exam and couldn't determine anything so we went ahead and did a blood test. The next day I woke up and was bleeding and had a lot of cramping. I talked to the doctors office that day and they confirmed that I was pregnant but I was in the very early stages. They asked me to come back the next day for more blood work to determine what was going on. The next day confirmed that it was a miscarriage. I was preparred for the news but it was still hard to deal with. This was my first pregnancy and my first miscarriage. My husband has been a wonderfuly support system, but I'm still having a hard time with it. I talk to him about how I'm feeling and he has encouraged me to either talk to a therapist or other people. At times I feel very lost and not sure who to turn to or who to talk to. I've tried talking to some of my close friends about it but they really haven't through this and really aren't sure what to say to me sometimes. I'm cofused and feel like I haven't really had the time to digest everything and really delt with the loss of my child. Any feedback would be helpful.
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