I was pregnant at 15..not a ideal age i know..it wasn't planned but i got my head around it... everything seemed fine but i started to bleed 4 days before my 12 week scan..
The day of my scan i was crippled on the floor in pain..i crawled upstairs to the toilet and then thats when i felt a urge to push..and my baby just basically slid out.. i was scared and i knew baby was gone..
Strange thing is the pain went straight away.. but the pain in my heart has never gone..
That was on the 18th july 98.. i have had 3 more children since now age 14..10..and 3..they r my life... i met this wonderful man he has 3 biological children himself along with my 3 our family was complete...i wanted a big family anyway.
See he had the snip after him and his ex wife split up. We never had the funds to have a reversal done. We found these pills for him online with extremely great feedback.. we ordered them.. and within a few months i become pregnant..my god words couldnt describe how we felt.. our miracle baby..
5 days after finding out i was pregnant i started bleeding.. and cramping.. i called the hospital who told me they had booked me in for a emergency internal scan in 3 days time.. that was the 18th july 2016..and on this day i was in more pain and a small chunk come away...i knew our baby was gone..
So i went to the hospital and had the scan.. scan showed what we knew... our miracle was taken.. still to this day im not over it.. my heart hurts..i cant talk about to anyone as it chokes me up..
To all the mums and dads that go through this..we know its hard and painful..stick together and help each other.. fly high angel babies x
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