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Some advise xx

Hi ladies,

Feeling slightly nervous about my post (never done this before)

So after 18 months of trying for a baby, we conceived, at 12 weeks I miscarried last August. We are now over a year on and struggling. I'm emotional, miserable, moody and resentful, which I hate myself for being like this. Are these feeling normal? Will my GP help as we already have a happy and healthy 5 year old which I know I'm incredibly lucky to have.. Sorry for rambling xx

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Oh Loop, i'm so sorry you are suffering like this. I'm not sure I will be much help! I just wanted you to know you weren't alone. Definitely go and see your GP - it seems to me that having an outlet to talk about your feelings is really important if nothing else and maybe he/she could arrange that for you? There are obviously things you can do regarding the fertility issue but I thin you need to concentrate on yourself and your emotions first so that you are in the right frame of mind to deal with it. Take care of yourself and your little one xxx



I'm so sorry for your loss. I don't think there is anything I can say to help. I certainly don't know how you feel after a miscarriage but I do know how it feels struggling with infertility.

You should definitely go see your GP as although the wait is ridiculously long I can't criticise the service I've received so far. Every person I've spoke to in the process so far has been helpful and understanding.

Being entitled to IVF probably depends on where you live. I think in my area you are entitled to 1 round of IVF whether you have children or not.


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Nor rambling, you just have to do the best you can to make a negative situation into a positive. It's impossible but I had a live birth at 6 months and well time is the best and only healer. There is counselling offered at your clinic where you had treatment so ask, you are entitled so Si t shy away from asking. Positive vibes and blessing to you for the future x

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Thanks ladies that's very very kind of you. I will speak to my GP this week. Thanks for your kind and supportive words xx


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