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how many women get depressed over having a miscariage???

  1. sandra's blogg profile image48
    sandra's bloggposted 8 years ago

    how many women get depressed over having a miscariage???

  2. ii3rittles profile image82
    ii3rittlesposted 8 years ago

    I wouldn't personally know because I could never do such a thing... But my younger cousin had 3 of them done and shes only 20. When I taked to her about it, she just fluffed it off but I can tell she was deep in regret. She was hurt and depressed. I guess it depends how you veiw it. She didn't want to have some random guys kid but still didn't like what she had done. There are women who hate it and some think its the best thing in the world. However, it does a number on your body! Your hormones can get all messed up for a few years. She carried a belly and had a huge appitite for months. But, hormone imbalance is the number one cause of depression so I guess many women would get depressed. But thats just my oppinion! smile

  3. sandra's blogg profile image48
    sandra's bloggposted 8 years ago

    thanks i lost a baby that was really wanted i have been married for 5 years and we were just thrilled about having a baby of our own instead of taking care of everybodys kids. I think that everyone has theyre own situations and mine was a not well developed baby his little heart was deformed and i find myself thinking about i feel like i will never get to be a mom but i cant tell alot of people close to me because i want to show them that im OK.

  4. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    It delays for at least nine months their ability to get Aid for Dependent Children (ADC) welfare, or child support from some poor schmuck.

  5. Anne Scullard profile image70
    Anne Scullardposted 8 years ago

    I reckon most women do.  I lost my first baby on only 7 weeks and first thought I would be okay, but then about 2 weeks after it happened an unbelievable depression hit me out of the blue, my limps were so heavy, I wanted to cry all the time.  It felt if I couldn't breath. I think it has got something to do with your hormones.  Although psychologically I felt like a failure and obviously the loss.  Maybe because I didn't deal with it from the start, I thought the best way to deal with it was just to try and forget the whole experience as quickly as possible, because there was some trauma with the private hospital not wanting to take me in before paying R3000. They said they were a business before they were a hospital.  Our Goverment hospitals are atrocious. By the grace of God someone helped us in the end. My friend also had a bout of depression after her miscarriage.

 
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