Twin miscarriage

By the time I got hospital I was out of my mind with worry and I was kept in overnight.

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Story of #miscourage by Caitlin Webb,  

I fell pregnant in late October 2015 I was only 17 at the time but I couldn't have been happier when I got a positive on the pregnancy test.

I started to sleep a lot even though I was very early in my pregnancy. At around 10 weeks I started to get really bad pains so I called for an ambulance and said I thought I was losing my baby it took them two hours to get me.

By the time I got hospital I was out of my mind with worry and I was kept in overnight. I was due to have a scan the following morning , but the lady had trouble to find the baby so she did an internal scan and told me I was pregnant but unfortunately they couldn't find a heartbeat.

I was so distraught I just started crying I was brought back to my room and I tried to come to the terms of her/him being gone after an hour I had calmed down but a doctor walked in and told me that it was two babies and neither had heartbeats so I got distraught all over again I had just found out I was pregnant with twins but they were both gone and I was never going to get to know them so unfortunately I said hello and goodbye to my babies on the same day 05/01/2016 I still think of them everyday rest in peace my babies xx

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