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If you had a miscarriage on Tuesday but have hardly cried at all is it normal that you feel no sense of loss even though you wanted the baby?

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2008-02-08 13:07:11
2008-02-08 13:07:11

All women grieve in a different way, and you're in shock. You've been through a lot and I am very sorry to hear about it. In time, one day you'll just have a flood of tears and do your grieving then. There is no reason why you can't have another baby and one you can carry full term. God Bless.

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