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As most of you know from FacebookI recently had a miscarriage. I was almost 12 weeks pregnant. The whole experience, even though I know there is always good in every situation, has pretty much sucked ass. I want to share my story for several reasons: It is therapeutic for me.
I have been so tight lipped about previous miscarriages, that I feel like this miscarriage is an opportunity for me to pull everything back up from the past, things I stuffed down, and really grieve and process them all. I also think that more women should talk openly about miscarriages. It happens so frequently and it is such a normal part of being a woman, but hardly anyone talks about it or even acknowledges it.
For me, in the past when I was younger, I did not want to talk about it at all, even with close friends, because I was so ashamed. I also want to tell the story of what natural miscarriage at home is like.
There is hardly anything online about it. I found this article and this one and then a few random comments on forums. She even has lots of pictures of what babies look like when they are born this early. And I think it can be a very scary process, especially if you have not had a natural live birth as in totally drug free before and do not know what to expect.
So here we go.
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At almost 12 weeks, I thought I was in the clear. The pregnancy started out tough with spotting happening from the placenta tearing away and then reattaching. Being on bed rest was hard but I thought it was all behind me and everything would be ok.
Viable pregnancy, the doctor said! When I started spotting again, I figured it would be ok. I figured I would go get an ultrasound and see the heartbeat and it would all be fine.
I had been spotting all weekend and called my high-risk ob first thing in the morning on Monday. They left us alone and Peter and I hugged and cried. Having a natural miscarriage was a no brainer for me, no question about it.
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