I know exactly what you are going through... I had 7 miscarrieges
..8 pregnancies.. one live child, a girl 16 yrs old now.. The first one I lost everyone told me oh you'll have another.. forget about it.. I found that I was really depressed about 6 months later..I had not really gone through the grieving process because everyone told me it was not THAT bad..I finally got counsiling and starting talking and crying about it...it was hard at first, but unless you talk and cry it out it stays inside .. after each miscarriage, I had to go through the grieving process, it is like loosing a child..What was most surprising to me was that from the minute I became pregnant, I felt like a mother..that child was real to me from day one..I read a lot of books about dealing with it and joined support groups.."Empty Cradle" is one support group and "Resolve" is another dealing with infertility issues..
They both really helped me, cause , like most life experiences, unless you have it happen to you , you don't really understand..Unfortunately, you have to go through the emotional pain..cry as much as you can.. it should ease up in about a week.. then start to rebuild your plans to "try again".. This will make you have a special appreciation of of your future children. Take care..
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