Multiple Miscarriages

and Second Trimester loss at 19 weeks on September 8th, 2010

My name is Rebecca, I had my 8th miscarriage on Sept. 8 2010.

At my appointment, the doctor could find no heartbeat, and the next day, I had a D and C. I already have 3 children, 18, 13 and 12. I have been through this so many times,  and wanted to wait until I past the crucial time… before I got to excited about the whole pregnancy.

I felt that I needed to keep it all to myself.I wanted to spare my bf the pain, and didn’t want all the questions, like, what did I do to cause it, which, his family asked, and that’s a very long story in itself. I took my 18 yr old with me to have the procedure done, I really at the time didn’t feel as “close” to him. I really wanted to greive in my own way, but… was forced to sit and discuss the whole thing. I wasn’t ready… so , now I cant seem to stop crying. I don’t know how to get past all the comments and I just .. wanted to deal with the pain… alone. I don’t feel that was wrong.

We wanted to name her Isabella if it was a girl…I was 19wks

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  1. I am so sorry for your loss, I too have had multiple miscarriages and the last one ended in the loss of our daughter at 19 weeks & 2 days. I too have 3 perfectly healthy children. Praying for your healing and that your family will show their love and support to you.

  2. I can say I definitely understand your pain. Last August, my husband and I lost our first daughter, Isa Jaqueline. I was 20 weeks. I had went in for a routine check-up and they couldn’t find a heartbeat. The worst part was dealing with the people and questions. I hated that we had to tell everyone they she was gone, and I mostly hated the sorries. I know it’s hard but it gets better..especially with faith. Just know that you DO have a baby..he or she just isn’t with you on this earth. God blessed you, and one day you will get to be with that little one for eternity. With all your little ones!

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