Feeling Discouraged

TTC #3 ended in a missed miscarriage at 9 weeks. This was just over a month ago and I am anxiously awaiting my period returning. It’s driving me crazy. Anyone else? So keen to know what my cycles are doing so we can try again but just feel like it’s never going to happen. So many friends are pregnant, my best friend was only a few weeks ahead of me. Finding it so hard to hear her talk about it and see her bump growing even though I’m really excited for them. No idea what I wanted from this post, just needed to vent. 💗
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Honestly I feel you, you are not alone♥️ I had a miscarriage at 8 weeks in December. I would’ve been due in 4 weeks and now I’m seeing so many announce pregnancy’s or having a baby this year it really hurts! I know I shouldn’t be jealous of others but deep down I am… we’ve been trying since and still nothing😔 It just makes me hold my other 2 a lot closer and realise how lucky I really am🫶🏼 I hope you get your rainbow baby soon and I am so sorry for your loss😔🙏🏼

I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm pregnant again after a miscarriage a few months ago and I'm terrified of getting my hopes up that I'll actually have a healthy baby. I'm guessing most people who go through miscarriages feel this way and it will happen for us eventually one way or another. Sending love and positive vibes your way xx

Hey, I know what you mean. I’m currently going through a miscarriage(bleeding stopped last week). One of my closest friends is in her third trimester and the other has just had a baby almost 3months ago. Everywhere I look there is a tiny baby or a pregnancy announcement. I am very happy for them but it for sure does hurt. My so called friend who is pregnant, sent a photo of her bump few days after I told her what was happening and her husband made a joke to my husband about him buying clothes and asking how my baby was doing knowing I had a miscarriage.

Going through exact as you but my period is back and it’s flowing heavily

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