I've been reading how some feel like they shouldn't feel such loss because it was early but I disagree any loss at any stage is painful. I personally didn't start grieving my losses until recently because people in my life just weren't supportive without Dr verification.
Everything had been going well heartbeat easy to find strong on ultrasound and no spotting but after being unable to locate it we had an ultrasound and I received the news on Oct 27th that there was no heartbeat I was 13w3d and baby measured 13w2d. I was induced Monday Oct 30th and had a baby boy we named Ean Rigel and were finally able to bury him Saturday, Nov 4th after some confusion with the hospital they finally released to funeral home.
I've had two other unconfirmed losses. One 18 years ago while on birth control I had implantation bleeding and then what I thought was a heavy period. Then the next was a couple years later while ttc and I took a test because my cycles were regular and I was a couple days late. The test showed a faint positive but just a few hours later I started what I thought was a heavy period, this was also a very very early miscarriage.
While yes I delivered at 13w6d it was a later loss and hit heavy it doesn't make the others any less painful and if anything they lead to other questions there's never going to be an answer for.
Precious Boy so loved by Mommy, Daddy, Brother and his two Sisters. He arrived in Heaven when his heart stopped at 13w2d on October 26, 2017. His body was delivered October 30, 2017 @ 10:30PM. He was 4.25in long and weighed 0.96oz. He was laid to rest November 4, 2017 @ 2PM. He will be forever loved and remembered. Ean Rigel is his first and middle name for privacy reasons last name is withheld.
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