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I had hyperemesis and was hospitalized three times during my pregnancy, sicker than I've ever been before, couldn't eat or drink. Then I miscarried at 16 weeks. Tired of people telling me "at least you're not sick anymore".

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I've lost 4 pregnancies due to chromosomal abnormalities. My husband and I have been tested. All clear. Just bad luck I'm told. I feel like I'm playing Russian roulette in my pursuit for another. Will I roll the dice again?

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This grief has consumed me. I'm ashamed to admit that my living children have suffered the loss of the mother they once knew when their baby brother died. How do I live split in two? I'm lost and searching for a way.

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I gave birth to a full term baby boy but I'm not allowed to talk about it....because of how it ended. I had a wonderful pregnancy too but I can't talk about it because of how differently it ended. I want to talk about my son.

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My son was stillborn at 39 weeks on August 20, 2013. He was my third child and first born son. I've been ready for another baby for six years; waiting for this day and now he is gone and I'm still left waiting..wondering why?

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