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    Moving forward after a miscarriage.

    My hubby and I had one miscarriage before (it happened 2 years ago, before we were married) and it was really hard on me. Ever since then I have had a really deep fear of being infertile. Every woman in my dadís family has had trouble conceiving and many never had children. My hubby thinks I am overreacting but for me, my fear is very real and very legitimate. I want desperately to try again to have a baby, but I am truly afraid. I think I may even be more afraid then I am willing to admit to my husband. Have any of you dealt with this? If you have, how do you let go of the fear and move forward?

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    So sorry about your loss Lea. May you be granted a good solace.

    I have had two miscarriages, they were devastating. But with time and the support of my husband I was able to gradually accept it and increase in patience.

    I remained hopeful, and again patience with becoming pregnant. And I prayed and prayed.

    After my second miscarriage...I became pregnant about 3 months later. I started to feel real odd, I was fearful. I called my husband and said I needed him to leave work and take me to the doctor. I was nervous to go alone, as I thought I may be miscarrying again.

    Well..the doctor did an ultrasound and he said "Look!". As my husband and I looked at the screen we saw two babies. Two!

    I don't want to denounce your fear, but please remain hopeful, stay in touch with your doctor, be intimate with your husband joyfully & frequently, and await the outcome.



    I felt that God was compensating me for my previous losses.



    Quote Originally Posted by Lea26 View Post
    My hubby and I had one miscarriage before (it happened 2 years ago, before we were married) and it was really hard on me. Ever since then I have had a really deep fear of being infertile. Every woman in my dadís family has had trouble conceiving and many never had children. My hubby thinks I am overreacting but for me, my fear is very real and very legitimate. I want desperately to try again to have a baby, but I am truly afraid. I think I may even be more afraid then I am willing to admit to my husband. Have any of you dealt with this? If you have, how do you let go of the fear and move forward?

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