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I miscarried at 9 weeks . This is the hardest thing to go through . some days are okay and I am good and others are painful and never ending . Missing my baby doesn't even explain how much I miss it .

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We had an idea we were pregnant, we planned to take a test that Friday but we lost our precious gift that Wednesday 01/25/17. I was 5 weeks. Some days are better than others. I will forever be saddened that experience 🙁

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Lost our beautiful girl minutes before she was due to be born! A still birth doesnt stop us from being parents.. the 1 year doesnt stop us from missing her! The pain lessens.. but never quite disappear.. Miss u angel. Love u.

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We lost our daughter Peyton at 28 weeks due to Massive Maternal Fetal Hemorrhaging. Her due date was 07/05/17. Its very rare and i have yet to meet another mom who has lost their baby to this. she was my first

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We lost our daughter at 22 weeks from a rare recessive genetic disorder and exactly 14 months later I just had a miscarriage at 5 weeks after IVF with PGD... I was confident it would result in a healthy pregnancy, not so...

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