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    Hello!

    I'm not new to loss. I suffered an ectopic pg in 2002. I was 7 wks along. This time I was 5 wks and m/c naturally. I have such range of emotions and miss my old self. The morning I m/c, I awoke with this feeling of electricity running through my body. I was cold and shaking. Nobody told me what to expect. My bleeding was not that bad. My numbers are dropping, finally. They are 32 today. I just wish I could get to 2 and move forward. I don't know what to do with myself. I feel like I am just going through the motions. Am I normal?

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    I am so sorry for your losses

    As far as feeling like you are just going through the motions? yes, this is normal...Know that we are all here for you...Post as much as you need..

    Thinking of you and sending your way..

    Marie

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    I'm so sorry for your losses and yes what you are feeling is perfectly normal

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    I'm so sorry for your losses.

    Please feel free to post at any time about any thing. As I've found out quite recently, the ladies here are fabulous.

    Ka'

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    I'm so sorry for your losses. No one told me what to expect either. I was taken by suprize by the whole experience. I know how you feel. And yes, you are normal. I didn't know what to say or even how I was feeling. I was so taken up with the medical side of things and the pain that for a while, it didn't hit me. When it did, I cried and I raged and I sat staring at the wall thinking nothing. I wanted to be alone. I wanted to be taken care of. The range of emotions was brutal. It's all normal. These women have been such a great support system for me and although nothing any of us says will make it better for you, I do hope that you can take comfort in the fact that at least we understand. No matter what your feeling, someone here has been there and can tell you that your normal and that it will get better. Again, I'm sorry for your loss.

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    I am so very sorry foryour losses.



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    Hugs. I am so sorry for your loss. I cant say much more then what the ladies above have said. I felt like I was only living to take care of my dd when Haley passed. I did what was mandatory. Other then that I was doing what was expected. We are here for you.

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    Oh hun, of course you are normal, totally normal. I still feel like this all the time. Please dont ever worry that your feelings are abnormal, you are mourning the loss of your baby and its absolutely fine to feel that way. I am so sorry for your loss and your pain.

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    I am so sorry for your losses. The thing I have learned most from this board is that there is no normal or abnormal way to grieve. You are entitled to feel whatever you are feeling.

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    I am very sorry for your loss and yes you are completely normal. There is no handbook about how you should or shouldn't act, and we all handle things differently, so don't question yourself! (((HUGS)))

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