I agree with Danielle. I am so sorry you are having a tough time of it and I can totally relate. I too have had two m/c's and feel a constant sadness. Lately that has translated to an awful lot of tears. I had a terrible couple of months at the end of last year and had to take 2 months off work as I was bascially suffering from exhaustion.
Danielle had some great advice. You must go and see your GP and if you don't like your GP try another one. Its very important that you are able to function in your daily life otherwise it maybe that you are suffering from depression (not an uncommon or unlikely scenario after what you have been though). And it won't help you healthwise if you are. Your GP or Gyno should be able to help.
Have you had some counselling?? There are a number of free services that can assist if you ask your GP. Alternatively these days a lot of employers offer free confidentail counselling services through an outsourced company. Do you work for a big company? Check out their employee assistance programs. My company offered free confidential counselling. I went for a couple of months and it really helped.
The counselling can make a big difference.
Also have you tried some relaxation techniques. They help you to calm down and put you to put yourself more intouch and incontrol of your emotions. I found meditation helped me a lot.
I hope you are feeling better. Don't feel alone. there are a lot of us that have been there!!!!
TTC #1 Since March 2003,Endo,1 Lap
M/C "Peanut" (girl)20/10/2003 9 weeks
M/C "Twinkle" (boy)11/02/2004 8 weeksFeel the Fear and do it anyway!
This message was edited by Fraseky on Wednesday, 14 July 2004 @ 11:06 PM