This is a very touchy question that I have debated (heavily) whether to ask or not, but it is bothering me a lot. This question concerns miscarriages and what they look like, so if you do not want to hear detail, please stop reading.
I had a miscarriage when I was 19. I was young, stupid, and didn't really understand what was happening. But I was somewhere b/t eight and ten weeks along. I never went to the doctor, for the pregnancy OR after the miscarriage (yes, I know, stupid). But years later, I have been thinking back and wondering whether what I saw when I miscarried was "normal" or not. It doesn't seem to be.
I had pains so I went to the bathroom, and eventually a large, white "bag" came out, about the size of 2 small chicken eggs, end-to-end. No human features, nothing. Just a white, smooth, oblong form. Lots of little blood clots w/ it. I can't figure out what I saw. Was that what I should have seen?
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