Miscarriage/Pregnancy Loss

Miscarriage issues. Like to go for a Barbados Trip!

Hey
I pray to be a mom soon. Last month, I had a miscarriage and it was the first trimester. I had some physical complications. And it caused the miscarriage.

A miscarriage can be an incredibly devastating event, with long-lasting emotional repercussions, including depression, anger, fear, and guilt, but one of the most difficult aspects of a pregnancy loss is simply the complete lack of knowledge surrounding the event. I find it very difficult to handle the situation.

My hubby is worried about the condition and he wants to take me for a trip. Is it possible for me to go for a travel now? 
He likes to take me to Barbados as it is a very lovely place. He feels like I will regain my happiness. I need some information on the place.

Also, suggest some best resorts in Barbados for the accommodation facilities. Waiting for your responses.
Thank you.

Re: Miscarriage issues. Like to go for a Barbados Trip!

  • liviamontero OK. Wow. This post is confusing. I'm not sure if you're asking for trip advice or trying to educate us on how devastating MC is. I'm going to assume you're still in a wonky place and didn't mean disrespect by your post... so... 
    1) MC is very common, especially early in the pregnancy. 
    2) A trip to get away from it all and find happiness after MC can be a very good idea.
    3) Usually you're totally fine to travel a month or so after MC, but you'd really need to ask your doctor that. You mention "physical complications" that caused your MC... I don't know you nor your medical history, so I can't advise on you personally taking a trip right now. 
    4) Please read more about MC, how common it is, and side effects. You seem woefully uninformed, which is understandable since no one expects it will happen to them. The knowledge could definitely help you as you work through the months ahead.

    MC #1: D&C Oct 23, 2015 (7.5 weeks)
    MC #2: July 1, 2016 (5.5 weeks)
    MC #3: October 17, 2016 (CP)
    RE #1: RPL testing November 2016-January 2017
    MC #4: Feb. 28, 2017 (CP)
    RE #2: Additional RPL testing March-November 2017
    MC #5: January 2019 (6.5 weeks)

    RE #3: More testing 2023. 
    Egg Retrieval Sept/Oct 2023, 2 good embryos after PGT-A testing.
    Surgery for endometriosis January 2024
    Lupron Depo March 2024.  Benched 3 months.  Hopefully FET after that.

    #BitterHagPartyOf1

  • liviamonteroliviamontero member
    edited November 2017
    Thank you for your reply. My doctor had given me a consent. In fact, I don't know how to recover. My hubby wants to take me for the trip. It's the reason, I asked for a clarification. If you have some trip ideas, do respond. It will be of worth. Thank you.
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  • liviamonteroThe problem is that everyone heals and recovers differently, especially since MC is both physical and emotional. A trip off the beaten path, laying on the beach in the sun sounds great to me! BUT, some people may need to get out there and interact with others to help them emotionally heal. 
    Personally, I've found that talking about my loss has helped me. (now, not everyone knows how to respond so you will get some upsetting responses)
    I also created a small memorial garden, which is my place of solitude.
    I've also taken some trips to get away to help me heal.

    MC #1: D&C Oct 23, 2015 (7.5 weeks)
    MC #2: July 1, 2016 (5.5 weeks)
    MC #3: October 17, 2016 (CP)
    RE #1: RPL testing November 2016-January 2017
    MC #4: Feb. 28, 2017 (CP)
    RE #2: Additional RPL testing March-November 2017
    MC #5: January 2019 (6.5 weeks)

    RE #3: More testing 2023. 
    Egg Retrieval Sept/Oct 2023, 2 good embryos after PGT-A testing.
    Surgery for endometriosis January 2024
    Lupron Depo March 2024.  Benched 3 months.  Hopefully FET after that.

    #BitterHagPartyOf1

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