4 weeks and 6 days pregnant with my first child I tried everything to get her to talk to me

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My Girlfriend and I broke up Friday because my actions led to her not trusting me and being scared to be around me...I haven’t talked to her for 4 days now and she 4 weeks and 6 days pregnant with my first child I tried everything to get her to talk to me but it’s not working please help
That definitely sounds like a stressful situation, and I can understand why you're trying everything you can do to talk to her. However, if she's feeling scared of being around you, she may be unresponsive as a way to protect herself and possibly the baby she's carrying. I think you should wait a week before reaching out to her again as a way to show you've calmed down and talking from a more level-headed place. Since the baby is also your first child, you can send her a message asking her to share any important news about him/her. Make sure that your message is about the child and not the issues you're having with her.
I completely understand I just want to get back like it was I don’t want to have to wake up in the morning asking can I spend time with my son when we can bypass this and be more mature about it
Right, totally understandable you feel that way. But she might mistake your persistence with aggressive behavior. You may be trying to have a mature conversation but she won't believe that so soon after the breakup.
Yea you’re right people keep telling me she’ll come around when is the main question I’m trying to figure out
Everyone handles emotions differently, making it difficult to predict exactly when she'll come around. It may be a week, a month, or several months. But you'll get a better idea of when as time goes on.
Why all of a sudden she’s telling her mom she’s not pregnant I’m not understanding but if she lost the baby isn’t that a need to no basis for me I haven’t asked her bout it because I don’t want her to think I been creeping around trying to get information
If you haven't already, now is a good time to send her a message to ask if there are any updates on the baby. Don't mention what you've heard; craft the message as a simple check-in instead.