Subsequent Pregnancy

Pregnancy loss generally includes miscarriage, stillbirth, and neo-natal (death occurring in the first 28 days of life) death. Society is starting to understand the impact of grief on an individual, but, when it comes to pregnancy loss, if the loss is even acknowledged, it is often minimized. Pregnancy loss is a real loss! Those who have experienced a pregnancy loss experience the same symptoms and intensity of grief as any other type of loss. In addition, there are some unique grief issues that accompany pregnancy loss which are not present with other types of deaths. Concerns range from subsequent pregnancies to relationship issues. These and many other issues can complicate one’s grief journey. If you or someone you care about has experienced a pregnancy loss, use this discussion group to express your feelings, find support, and learn more about this subject.

Subsequent Pregnancy

Postby BobB » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:21 am

A concern that accompanies most of those who experience a pregnancy loss is subsequent pregnancies. Couples question whether or not to become pregnant again and if so, when? Partners may not agree on this subject. Over shadowing this issue is the fear that there might be another bad outcome and the inability to go through that unbearable pain again. Subsequent pregnancies are generally laden with increased fears and anxiety. Do we tell others? What was that pain I just felt? Am I calling the doctor too much? These and other concerns like them are part of journey. “Once you have been to the, “dark side”, there is no more “bliss” in being pregnant”. Please share your concerns and thoughts about subsequent pregnancies.
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