How to survive a frozen pregnancy

frozen preg­nan­cy and mis­car­riage are not much dif­fer­ent from each oth­er. A non-viable embryo, accord­ing to the laws of nature, can­not devel­op fur­ther — a spon­ta­neous mis­car­riage occurs. In the case of a missed preg­nan­cy, the fetus also stops devel­op­ing. To save a woman from a dead embryo, they resort to med­ical inter­ven­tion. In both cas­es, a woman los­es a child and the caus­es of these sit­u­a­tions are sim­i­lar. The pain of loss, regret about what hap­pened. How to get out of this state?
How to survive a frozen pregnancy


Stop blam­ing your­self for every­thing that hap­pened. You could not influ­ence the devel­op­ment of the embryo in any way. If ini­tial­ly the fetus had some kind of devel­op­men­tal abnor­mal­i­ty, no mat­ter if genet­ic, hor­mon­al or oth­er rea­sons affect­ed it, it was doomed in advance. This is how nature con­ducts nat­ur­al selec­tion.
Do not keep all the pain in your­self, talk about it with your loved one, with your moth­er, with a friend. If you want to cry, cry. Give vent to your feel­ings and emo­tions. There are many wom­en’s forums on the Inter­net on this top­ic — go and chat. Here you will cer­tain­ly find the sup­port you need and under­stand that life did not end there.
The main issue that wor­ries a woman who has expe­ri­enced a frozen preg­nan­cy is the pos­si­bil­i­ty of hav­ing chil­dren in the future. A missed preg­nan­cy does not always indi­cate that you will not have chil­dren. It may just be an acci­dent, an unfor­tu­nate set of cir­cum­stances. Per­haps your body was not yet ready for such loads.
The loss of a child is not only a severe psy­cho­log­i­cal trau­ma, but also a blow to the phys­i­cal state of the body. In order to recov­er, you need time and desire. Take care of your health. Watch what you eat. Eat more vit­a­mins. Walk out­doors. Try to fol­low the dai­ly rou­tine.
If you suf­fer from insom­nia, change the col­or of bed­ding to blue or green. These col­ors have a pos­i­tive effect on the psy­che, restore nor­mal and sound sleep.
Vis­it your doc­tor and get advice on prepar­ing your body for a new preg­nan­cy. Fol­low all his rec­om­men­da­tions. If nec­es­sary, take tests and under­go the nec­es­sary course of treat­ment.
If your psy­cho­log­i­cal state wors­ens every day, sad­ness and melan­choly grad­u­al­ly turn into a state of depres­sion, you notice that you have lost inter­est in life — do not delay. Seek psy­cho­log­i­cal help imme­di­ate­ly. Ses­sions of relax­ation, hyp­no­sis or acupunc­ture are sure to bring you relief.
You should try to think about the good, let pos­i­tive bright thoughts into your life, get more pos­i­tive emo­tions. Bring good­ness and light into your life. Stop accu­mu­lat­ing resent­ment and for­give your­self for every­thing. You will def­i­nite­ly become the most won­der­ful lov­ing moth­er!