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Friday, June 22, 2018

HOW I OVERCAME RECURRENT MISCARRIAGE

My Experience With Miscarriage and Recurrent Miscarriage

Most of the time, we can't really figure out why it happens...we finally get pregnant, then, BAM, it's gone. 
Miscarriage seems like a cruel trick that the universe plays on you. You are so elated to finally become pregnant only to have all your hopes, dreams, and plans for the future end in miscarriage. You ask yourself, was it something I did? Did I exercise too much? Did I eat or take something I shouldn't have? And for many women, things get even worse when this happens over and over again.
I had multiple miscarriages (including 2 ectopic pregnancies) until I joyously carried my last pregnancy to term. While all of this was going on, I went through every feeling in the book.
Not only was I jealous of most of the pregnant women I saw, I was also angry and down on myself for not being able to have a baby. That's why women are here on this earth, right? To procreate? I felt
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hopeless and alone. Nobody could tell me why this was happening.
All of these emotions are normal and my best advice is to feel every one of them. I screamed, shouted and got these emotions out of my system. The more you hold it inside, the more toxic these emotions become. Now that I have the benefit of hindsight I can share my insights:
Give yourself time to grieve. Acknowledge that this was a child you lost, not just a cluster of cells. You might want to have a private funeral or memorial. Light a candle and say a prayer for your baby. You may feel like you need to start trying to get pregnant again, but it may do you good to feel your pain before moving on. It really is a relief to just get mad, to not be strong, and to fall apart - even if for just a short time.

Recurrent miscarriage can be overcome. Don't think pregnancy is impossible. Miscarriage is a common occurance. Most women who have miscarriages go on to have one or more children.

I was able to regain control of my body and have a perfectly normal pregnancy without medical intervention - even after six miscarriages. This proved to me that I can create my own reality. I'm a firm believer that you attract what you think and if you're in a constant state of expecting failure, it's hard to make room for success.

Once you've moved through the grief and pain, dare to dream again. I know it's hard to imagine success when you've dealt with so much disappoinment, but you have to know that this can happen, you can get pregnant. Make an inviting environment for your baby to come into. Think good thoughts, this will attract what you want in your life.

Most of the time, we can't really figure out why it happens...we finally get pregnant, then, BAM, it's gone. Miscarriage seems like a cruel trick that the universe plays on you. You are so elated to finally become pregnant only to have all your hopes, dreams, and plans for the future end in miscarriage. You ask yourself, was it something I did? Did I exercise too much? Did I eat or take something I shouldn't have? And for many women, things get even worse when this happens over and over again.

I had multiple miscarriages (including 2 ectopic pregnancies) until I joyously carried my last pregnancy to term. While all of this was going on, I went through every feeling in the book.
Not only was I jealous of most of the pregnant women I saw, I was also angry and down on myself for not being able to have a baby. That's why women are here on this earth, right? To procreate? I felt hopeless and alone. Nobody could tell me why this was happening.
All of these emotions are normal and my best advice is to feel every one of them. I screamed, shouted and got these emotions out of my system. The more you hold it inside, the more toxic these emotions become. Now that I have the benefit of hindsight I can share my insights:
Give yourself time to grieve. Acknowledge that this was a child you lost, not just a cluster of cells. You might want to have a private funeral or memorial (see how I did this here). Light a candle and say a prayer for your baby. You may feel like you need to start trying to get pregnant again, but it may do you good to feel your pain before moving on. It really is a relief to just get mad, to not be strong, and to fall apart - even if for just a short time.

Recurrent miscarriage can be overcome. Don't think pregnancy is impossible. Miscarriage is a common occurrence. Most women who have miscarriages go on to have one or more children.

I was able to regain control of my body and have a perfectly normal pregnancy without medical intervention - even after six miscarriages. This proved to me that I can create my own reality. I'm a firm believer that you attract what you think and if you're in a constant state of expecting failure, it's hard to make room for success.

Once you've moved through the grief and pain, dare to dream again. I know it's hard to imagine success when you've dealt with so much disappointment, but you have to know that this can happen, you can get pregnant. Make an inviting environment for your baby to come into. Think good thoughts, this will attract what you want in your life.

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