Miscarrying a child is hard to doBy anonymous on 16/06/2014
The worst story ever to tell, stopping myself from crying .IT WAS jan 15 WE WENT FOR ULTRA SOUND DOC SAID" EVERYTHING WAS ALRIGHT . SO I went home and continued on. Feb 13 I start bleeding a little and mucus like stuff comes out. I rushed to hospital 2 times, they didn't even check me and said it was normal. I went home and I had extremely bad back pain, I felt chills immediately. I tried to get doc appointment but wasn't till 25 of feb.
I went to doc on the 20. She told me it was some bleeding up there and I should go for an emergency ultra sound the next day.
I went the lady was like God bless you please get this paper to your doc quickly. So the next day I went to see her and she opened the letter and told me I had miscarried. By then my pregnancy was coming back negative.
She gave me some pills to take and I went for a long walk.
I had the worst pain in my life, my back was hurting. I went to use the restroom it came out like water but blood. I looked down I saw my precious baby drop in the water and I immediately felt sick.
The bleeding lasted for about two week or less. I lost so much blood I felt light headed. I knew something was wrong my stomach wasn't hard any more, I didn't feel sick in the morning and loss of appetite.
I never thought I would know what it's like to go through it. I so badly wanted to have my baby most importantly his first baby. AT times I can't talk about it, it makes me sick and tear up.
It's been 5 months now. Miscarrying a child is hard to do, I pray it gave someone relief, now I can talk about it. Had I known I was about to lose my child I wish I could have gave my last breathe instead, I can't picture not having my child with me . It's even harder now because the due date is near and it flew here. I don't know what I'm going to do august 24. I no longer have a baby and it hurts bad.