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Re: Tubular Pregnancy-why do I still feel a loss??

Re: Tubular Pregnancy-why do I still feel a loss??

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Posted by ava on August 30, 2000 at 16:10:21:

In Reply to: Tubular Pregnancy-why do I still feel a loss?? posted by Yani on August 30, 2000 at 00:22:42:

: It has been since 4/1/00.. not a day goes by that I do not think of what happened.. I had a tubular pregnancy.. I am 28.. no children nor husband and the "relationship" to guy was a mistake.. however the loss is still there.. i originally posted a note on here months ago.. asking questions about it. now I found myself reading through others to see if I can help anyone else with the same situation.. why do i found myself crying when i read some of them?.. it all happened so quickly for me.. and yet.. when i see coworkers with their pictures of their kids on their desks or even friends now expecting their 2nd or 3rd baby. i can not help but wonder why not me??.. why did this happen to me?? i often wonder... will this happen again?. are the chances of this happen again?.. (not as if i am dating anyone).. but the thought crosses my mind.. well i guess this is more a "release" message i am posting.. i guess i can not really talk to friends nor family. i don't think they would really understand..

: thanks for reading..
: Yani
Dear Yani,
The reason you feel this was is because even though the relationship was a mistake, you got what you felt was a gift. Then that gift was gone. Now you have a loss and with every loss there is greiving and time is needed to heal your scars. Take time to make yourself stronger, then if you feel like help others with what you have learned.
Now for how and why. Go to your gyn, and make sure your fallopian tubes don't have any blockages, (like scarring from endometriosis). Any good luck and remember greiving is actually a normal, healthy response.




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