After being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and being put on meds for the pregnancy seemed to be going well. Then I got to 36 weeks and she stopped moving. I went to the hospital and had two scans confirming she had died. That's the day part of me shut down. Six months later I got pregnant again, I was happy but scared of something going wrong and it did. At 7 weeks I had a very painful miscarriage. I went in myself to hospital and didn't care about anything.
I gave up on wanting children for a while after that. I was hurting too much.
Then about 9 months later I was pregnant again. This time I was so scared but I had extra care and had a healthy baby at 36 weeks. My life was all about her but I didn't want her to be an only child, however I didn't get pregnant again till 5 years later. Then I woke up one day my bed covered in blood and I was rolling in agony. I had had a miscarriage at about 7 weeks. Around this time my sister had just given birth so I kept the miscarriage to myself and my partner.
Three years after later my new partner and I went for tests after trying for three years only to find out he had a problem. So that was the day I gave up and was happy just having 1 child but life is never that easy. Three years after those tests I got pregnant and I had a health baby ay 39 weeks. I was scared throughout the whole pregnancy but I had scans every month which helped me. I wish I could turn back the clock and change the losses but then I realise I probably wouldn't have my 2 wonderful children both happy and content.
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