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    Hi everyone,
    I just want to share my story and my experience with you guys, I was 24 years old when I conceived first time. It was a real happiness. My family was happy. My husband was crazy about it. Those moments of first child are unforgettable. One day suddenly out of nowhere I had a miscarriage and everything gone just like in seconds. I just don't believe that for some days. My husband neither. We all became so much worried for my health for future of course. Now I am 35 year old. I have two cute children now . Still when I think of that time. I literally shivers and everything comes up in front of me like it was a thing of yesterday. I just want to share this thing with you people and want to tell you that never lose hope. Just try more harder next time. Trust me while I am saying this. It's just easy to say it's very hard to work on. Thank for listening to my story.

  • Hi Pheobe! I just read your whole post. I want you to know that my thoughts are with you. Well, I understand that it's a tough situation you're in. Anyway! I think you should consider other ways of TTC. Because you still have time. I think you should try an IVF. It might work for you. Yes! You did it right! It's good to share stuff. Think about it! There are ways, you can have a child...I know empty is like to be an infertile person. So, just calm down! I hope you find a way. Stay blessed love. xx

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    • Hi there, thanks for sharing your story here. I can understand it's hard to get over MC. but you are lucky that you get pregnant again and have two beautiful kids. your post is very encouraging for woman who have just gone through miscarriage recently. They will realize that it’s not the end.

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