2 weeks ago I was diagnosed with a missed m/c. I wanted a second opinion so I went to a different clinic a week later. They confirmed the that it was a missed m/c. It was a really hard day for me. This is my second m/c in a row with no sucessful pregnancies. There were so many happy, healthy pregnant women at the clinic and there were pictures of babies everywhere. I held it together until that night when I completely lost it. I was crying hysterically and I did not want to get out of the bed. My husband was worried and called my MOH over to talk to me (she has had 5 children with no complications). She was telling me that I needed to calm down. That I should be happy that I can even get pregnant. She said we can try again and I need to understand that it was not the right time for me to be pregnant. I know she was trying to help, but it made me feel like she was dismissing my feelings of loss. That it is not that big of a deal because I can get pregnant again. I feel like that is the way a lot of people look at it. That I just need to suck it up and start trying again. She said that I was being impatient and I can't always have what I want when I want it. I just feel like you cannot understand the emotions following a mc if you have never been through one. So, I have been sitting around for the past couple of days trying to dismiss any emotion I feel about the loss because no one around me understands it. Thanks. Just needed to rant.