I just want to say, after some of the stories I've read on here, that it's apparent there's a lot of tragedy that happens, and in that sense, I got the easy end. i wasn't as bonded yet, and I didn't have to go through complications - I don't want to come on here and suggest that I can relate to those experiences or that I can understand, because I can't, but I do sympathize.
On the other hand, I do feel my grief is real. I've struggled with pelvic issues and testing for years now - I was very afraid I would somehow not be able to conceive, plus we were trying with very high hopes - so even for the short period of time after the BFP, we were planning, and talking, and so happy - so it does still hurt. One of the doctors said, "you're lucky it's so early and it's just a little miscarriage" and I don't know if I'm being selfish or not but that statement really made me feel awful and angry and not validated. I wouldn't dare say I can relate to everyone else, but I know I still feel sad, and discouraged, and concerned, and ANXIOUS - constantly wondering if this means I won't be able to get pg again. And I know many of us have been told "this is very normal. many women go on to ___________ blah blah " but that doesn't always help when it's your body, and your loss/rejection/failure. (I've struggled with each of those words at various times).
Just know I feel for each of you and am here only to be able to relate and offer support, not spotlight.