Friday, January 18, 2013

Nothing New in Fibro But

To my faithful readers:

This is off topic, very off topic because fibro DOES NOT cause miscarriage, but for reasons I don't know yet-- I have. 

Miscarriage can cause a lot of emotions.  Some might be why because-- duh.  BUT!

You may feel like God spared you, a feeling I have.  You may feel like your baby-- no matter how little-- had a sex.  Go with it!  I'm naming my little one Gunnar.  I like the name and he's a warrior regardless because he sacrificed his life for my sanity when it comes to my grandma, mom, kids, hubby, mil, and fil. 

That's a warrior!  My little champion.  I love you and I will see you on the Other Side of Heaven.

Love you all!
Stay fabulous!


purplelawlady said...

Hi Kimberley,

I have started a directory of Bloggers who educate, support, enlighten, inform, inspire and motivate people about and with Fibromyalgia.

I would really like to include you and your blog.

Please have a look at the information for Bloggers on my site:; and, if you would like to be included, please follow the directions and then email me at

I hope you choose to be part of this new project.

Megatron said...

I am so terribly sorry for your loss. I've been there.

Hugs to you -

widowoflaporte said...

I am so sorry for your loss honey. I feel your pain more than enough. I too have fibro, and at roughly 4 weeks pregnant, slowly miscarrying. My doctors dont know why either. It isn't a far cry from what could be very possible, if you think about it. Its a shame there aren't more studies, we are so in the dark, but this blog and other alike are helping us hope and fight for that light. I just want to thank you for sharing your expierences with us.
Good vibes and lots of hugs♥

Kimberley Linstruth-Beckom said...

Thank you all so much for your kind thoughts and words. They mean a lot during this difficult time.

Widow, I slowly miscarried too with no painful cramping...That is a shocking and scary similarity. I think I'm going to research this further to see what may be going on. Wish me luck with that!

I do hope you don't have to go through what I went through. My doctor, whom I trust, was very cautious with me. I had had two very successful pregnancies and this one stumped us.

I went through a series of blood tests because I couldn't pass all of the placenta so I had to have a d & c after almost two months of spotting.

I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers Widow!

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