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08/07/2014 I lost my first child, due to abuse from my ex-husband. Now engaged to a wonderful man who never abuses me, my heart aches. On 06/15/2017 I lost our baby and I haven't stopped feeling like I am drowning since.

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I'm 35 and my body never gave me the chance to ever be a Mom. I've had my uterus removed and My husband and I are currently waiting to adopt. In the mean time we wait and watch everyone else experience life with kids. 🙁

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I lost my son at 40 weeks and 1 day. Woke up and he was gone. After am emergency c section I said goodbye. No known cause. I never knew such sadness could exist.

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Our 1st loss 1-16, I suffered a ruptured ectopic at 5w4d and lost my right fallopian tube, 10-16 the unthinkable happened again, missed miscarriage at 11w2d. I'm angry, everyone thinks I should have already moved on. But how?

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This was my first pregnancy nd I found out at 18 weeks that my baby passed at 15weeks. Physically I seem fine but emotionally I'm not...everyday I'm dealing with how my body reacts after the miscarriage.

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