PLEASE not again

Discussion in 'Coping with Miscarriage & Loss' started by Sarah&Braydon, Mar 18, 2006.

  1. Sarah&Braydon

    Sarah&Braydon Well-Known Member

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    i had a really bad nite last nite all i could think about was my poor lil :angel: :angel: , and wot they will be missing out on (prob sounds really silly) i thought i was getting on ok its nearly a month since i misscarried but instead of getting better i feel like i am getting worse, im hoping that it is just a today thing as i didnt sleep well with B last nite thing, i dont think i could go back to the place where i was wen i first misscarried!! :cry: :cry:
     
  2. Jo

    Jo Well-Known Member

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    Oh hun <<<<big hugs>>>> i have been in exactly the same place as you hun, it doesnt matter how long it is since you lost your babies whether its a month a year or 10 years.
    1 month is not long at all to "get better" just gotta take aech ady as it comes some will be much better than others and you have B to focus on and take your mind of it.
    If you need to shout scream and throw things do it!!
    I still have bad days and that was 2 years ago hun
    If you want to rant and rave about it PM me and i'll take it for you :wink:

    All the best hun
     
  3. bagpuss

    bagpuss Well-Known Member

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    Sending you big hugs Sarah,.Jo's right,1 month is no time at all.You're not silly at all,just human.
    Bagpuss xx
     
  4. lauramumof2

    lauramumof2 Well-Known Member

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    honey, you wont forget about them but in time it will become easier to cope with. As the others have said, 1 month is no time at all. If you havent looked into some sort of counselling help from the health visitor I think it might be a good idea. Without being patronising, you are only 18 and coping with a baby and a miscarriage of twins. One person can only handle so much no matter what age they are.
    take care

    Laura
     
  5. Wobbles

    Wobbles Well-Known Member

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    Sending you my thoughts & (((hugs)))

    x Wobbles x
     
  6. Sarah&Braydon

    Sarah&Braydon Well-Known Member

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    my doc sed that i am coping ok with tlking to him and family etc, do u still think i should find out about seeing a councillor?
     
  7. Wobbles

    Wobbles Well-Known Member

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    Do you have good support from your family Sarah? Emotional support & somebody to talk to is essential.

    If you feel you do not have this & need it I would strongly suggest you go to your doctor & advise him that you wish to be referred to a councillor.

    ((Hugs)) to you.

    :D
     
  8. Sarah&Braydon

    Sarah&Braydon Well-Known Member

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    yes i do i have a brilliant family - they have been so much help with B and coping with my misscarrage i couldnt have asked for more
     
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    Sarah, i think you need extra help hun, i hope you dont think im speaking out of turn here.

    I have noticed you have been very unsettled since the loss of your twins and really think its a good idea to talk to someone, or go to a suport group, maybe your doctor or health vistor can help?

    xx
     

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