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June 1, 2009 at 5:56 am #25209lefam
im a newbie here and i really find this site very informative so i thought to share to you my experiences all the way…
ive had multiple abortions in the past say 5 to 6 times (dont kill me)and its all because i am not ready yet or the father isnt a father material,ive always been a pro-choice,anyway its a longggggg story why..
now, i am getting married soon this year to a very loving and wonderful partner…he didnt know anything about my multiple abortion i did in the past,i am pregnant now 8weeks maybe i havent been to a doctor since we both live in a muslim country at the moment so, u guess u cant go straight to a doctor and ask for vitamins and watsoever u need to have a marriage certificate first…now my query is this,is there a possibility that i might have a miscarriage?i have cramps from time to time,im afraid now that i decided to keep it,it will be taken away from me..i hope not please help me if somebody knew anything regarding with multiple abortions..thank you very much in advance!June 6, 2009 at 9:45 am #25258myangelsinheaven
Congratulations on accepting LIFE this time! Regardless of what has happened in the past, your unborn baby won’t be taken away from you as a punishment. An unborn baby in it’s early development is very fragile, and many things can affect the development of that vulnerable child. If you happen to have a miscarriage, please know that nothing you did would warrant punishment towards you or your baby. We have all made mistakes in our pasts that we regret terribly. You are now trying to live your life in a beautiful state of motherhood. I am personally proud to have read your story and although our stories are not identical….I too shared your worry at one point in my life. Would I never be able to carry my baby to term after an abortion? Would my body accept another fetus after what I did? Would I ever be blessed with another chance to make a different choice?
My prayers for another chance came true, and I carried another baby full term. I made a different choice when that new chance came and said “Yes” to the life of my baby. You have done that and you will be rewarded.
I hope everything goes well for you and your baby, and your upcoming wedding. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. If there’s anything we can help you with or if you have any questions during your pregnancy, please let us know.
Best wishes for a healthy pregnancy,
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