We recently lost our fourth child at 16 weeks into the pregnancy.
What made this one so hard was that there were no warning signs, we thought everything was going nicely my wife had a routine midwife appointment at the hospital and I was at work the next I know I get a call at work from the hospital saying there was no heartbeat and that our Rowan is no longer here. That was such a hard day for us to process the news.
Then my wife had to deliver the baby which was tough for her and she almost lost her life saved by a blood and plasma transfusion.
Even today it is still hard to grasp and comprehend.
we have some good days and some bad days.
This is an amazing site and many thanks for setting It up.
Hi Paul, I didn’t want to like your comment, but sometimes do that if it make take me a while to get back to the OP, to acknowledge the comment. Thank you for sharing your heartbreaking story. As I mentioned before my deepest condolences go out to you and your wife. I am so sorry to hear of your story. Your story goes to show that there is so many different sides to miscarriage that people don’t realise. I can only speak from my experience, but just take each day as it comes. It’s fine to have a bad day, it’s fine to cry, it’s fine to say life’s unfair / shit. Make sure you take time for yourselves and make sure you talk. Feel free to reach out to me on here also. As I say I’m not a professional but I’m a good listener and it’s the reason the website was built. Stay safe Chris.