I can answer all questions pertaining to grieving the loss of your baby after miscarriage as well as the fear associated with getting pregnant after miscarriage. I cannot answer any medical questions.
A pioneer in the grief movement and Founder of Graceful Grieving, My specialty is helping people work through spiritual crisis after a major loss. In 2004 I experienced a spiritual crisis of my own. February brought the miscarriage of our first baby. July: the death of my younger brother. In October I said goodbye to a dear friend who succumbed to emphysema. And on December 22nd, I joyfully welcomed my second baby into the world, only to say goodbye to her the very next morning when death claimed her as well.
Founder/Executive Director of Graceful Grieving, Inc. a 501(c)(3) Corp. Founding Member of The National League of Medical Hypnotherapy
Open to Hope - http://www.opentohope.com/author/gabrielle-michel/ http://www.gracefulgrieving.com
BA in Religious, Spiritual and Holistic Studies Ordained Interfaith Minister Certified Graceful Grieving Mentor Certified Medical Clinical Hypnotherapist Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
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|Stacy||02/03/15||10||10||10||Thank you for your advice. Whats more .....|
|Amber||02/03/14||10||10||10||Thankyou very much for taking the time .....|
Dear Stacy, I am so sorry you lost your baby! Your response is totally normal. Grief comes and goes in waves, it's not at all a linear process. I lost my baby 19 hours after she was born and overtime
Dear Amy, I'm sorry you had this experience. Your question is a good one and requires a lot of thought. The answer isn't a matter of "yes" or "no." There isn't a right or wrong thing to do here. I would