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"I See You, I Feel You, I Am You" : Woman's Post About Pregnancy Struggles Touches Millions Of Hearts

Date November 12, 2018 18:57

Infertility, unfortunately, occurs more often than one may think. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 12% of females in the United States have difficulties in getting pregnant, and the same percentage of them have ever used fertility services in the hospitals.

Heartfelt post

Megan Lynne Ferrero wrote a post on Facebook talking sincerely about the negative results of getting pregnant. While some females share their happiness on the net, others try to hide their pain and not to talk about their failure. 

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Women rarely write about their feelings of getting the line "not pregnant" over and over again. They also rarely share their unbelievable ache inside the body after taking pregnancy tests every single day in the hope of conceiving a baby.

Ferrero posted a long message for all people out there, primarily females who fail to get pregnant within months or even years of struggles. 

We don’t talk about how shitty we feel about ourselves when we see another pregnancy announcement on our timeline, and for a split second, we’re jealous. How you can be so happy for someone at the same time that you’re envious of them. 

This 'scream' wasn't addressing to show envy or sadness, but the difficulties of getting pregnant. Some people think it is so easy, whereas it is one of the hardest things on earth. 

Regardless of how long you’ve been struggling this struggle or if you struggled with it in the past - I see you, I feel you, I am you. ❤️

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This story, frankly speaking, breaks our hearts as well. While we mask our delight and calmness, there is a giant ball of tears and hopelessness inside the heart. But no one should give up; there's always hope. 

How people supported

Everyone talks about the positive results, but we rarely hear about the struggles of the negatives 

- that's how the post started, and later, the entire world came to Megan to share their thoughts, stories, and empathy. This post gathered nearly 50K likes, 7.6K comments, and almost 65 000 of shares. 

We hope that all women who struggle from infertility will find their happiness one day. Only kind wishes and prayers for all of them!

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