I felt like it was my fault and like I'd done something to lose my baby

We have been terrified of history repeating itself throughout this whole pregnancy but so far so good.

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October 2016

I am currently 5 and a half months pregnant with my daughter after suffering a miscarriage at 7 weeks in January of this year.

It was the most horrible, frightening thing to go through and despite what people tell you I felt like it was my fault and like I'd done something to lose my baby.

My partner and I decided to try again straight away and after a false positive we are now expecting our little girl in January. We have been terrified of history repeating itself throughout this whole pregnancy but so far so good.

Never thought I'd be in this position again when going through my miscarriage but can't wait for the arrival of my rainbow baby

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