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    Default Horribly sad...

    On Wednesday night, at 10 weeks, I had a natural m/c. Pretty much every morning since then I have woken up crying. Yesterday DH desperately tried to get me to do anything with him and I pretty much just cried all day. Today I'm back at work but just want to put my head down and the desk and cry. Is it normal to be this sad?

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    I think so... I am very very sad too but I have to keep my "spirit" for my son but as son as I am alone outside, in the car (when he sleeps) or shopping I cry or my heat hurt so much I can't breath.....

    I think it is normal..

    hugs to you and I am sorry for your loss

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    I am sorry for your loss. People grieve in different ways and crying is a common form of grief. Be kind to yourself and do not feel like you need to act or do something to be in the "norm".

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    I did a lot of crying. A lot of times I would wake up in the middle of the night and cry then so DS was not around. For me, going back to work was hard.

    I am sorry that you had to go through this. Take time to be nice to yourself, cry when you need to.

    Hugs.

    Margaret

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    Thanks ladies.. as the day went on I started feeling a little better. When DH got home from work tonight, he said it was really nice to see me in a better mood. I know it's just going to take time..
    Stacey

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    I still have my moments. Huge hugs and I am so sorry for your loss

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