My partner and I were planning our second baby - finally I had a good news snd we were so happy.
At work I have had a really difficult time - The company was facing a structure changes in shops and noone was safe at that point.
The person who was running it consultation in our shop did not handled it very well. I received bad news during the second consultation and was told there is no position for me.
I was crying at home, felt like my world has collapsing.... I lost my baby couple of weeks later, I start to bleed I rush to a&e with my partner and was told to go back home as there is no staff at work to do scan et.
I went back on Monday just to be told I lost the baby.....and it was MISSED MISCARRIAGE
Six months later I got pregnant again and we have had stock take at the time (I was not aware yet that I am pregnant) long hours , stress etc ....
When I did my pregnancy test I was so happy again.... unfortunately I did not even managed to see a doctor or midwife as the appointment was booked for 2 weeks time.
One day at work I went to the toilet and just felt that ...." something " come out from me and that splash in a toilet ... I just knew I lost the baby again, I went to my boss and took rest of the day off, never told anyone at work about it never told my boss ....
I felt so bad I could not even look at myself, felt guilty for both of my miscarriages ....
My relationship was on a edge as well as I could not deal with the losses I took me long time again before I even thought of getting pregnant again but then it did happen again!!!!
Now we have a beautiful baby girl she is just 3 months old and of course we have 3,5 years old girl too
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