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    Hey BreadRoll! Just moseying along. I think I'm getting used to it (shouldn't have to!) but I think it's going ok. I've still had bleeding, some big clots, but nothing like (TMI) tissue or anything, so I think maybe it's that bruise sorting itself out. Hope so. Symptoms are still there, sore (.)(.)s and nausea. Got a scan on Tuesday, so waiting till then for hopefully some good news. How's things your end. Same thing I hope- no news is good news??

    Thanks for the positive story Wicket. I get so used to think that bleedings not normal, but am hearing lots of positive stories about how things turned out ok.

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    hang in there, champ. Let us know how your next scan/blood tests go.

    DW isnt bleeding and as far as i can tell everything is fine..HCG is still rising, progesterone is going up and down but at healthy levels. she hasnt been spewing either and has stopped feeling nauseous for the last 2 days. probabhly a good thing as she's managed to squeeze in a few hearty meals. i miss the spewing though. we named her spew bucket "Spewy" and she carries it with her everywhere she goes. lol

    lol DW's belly is .. changing. i think coz her uterus is getting bigger. her centre of gravity is moving doooownwards. its SOOO cute!

    p.s DW says hi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadRoll View Post
    hang in there, champ. Let us know how your next scan/blood tests go.

    DW isnt bleeding and as far as i can tell everything is fine..HCG is still rising, progesterone is going up and down but at healthy levels. she hasnt been spewing either and has stopped feeling nauseous for the last 2 days. probabhly a good thing as she's managed to squeeze in a few hearty meals. i miss the spewing though. we named her spew bucket "Spewy" and she carries it with her everywhere she goes. lol

    lol DW's belly is .. changing. i think coz her uterus is getting bigger. her centre of gravity is moving doooownwards. its SOOO cute!

    p.s DW says hi.
    Hi right back!!! Glad things are going so well - I wouldn't be missing the spewing either. So cute your DW is starting to get a belly - i'm so excited to get mine, but I think most of the time it's just a food baby for now.
    I've got a scan tomorrow - will let you know how it goes.
    x

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    Remember to let us know how your scan went today goodluck!!

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    So....not good news Scan showed no heartbeat and still measuring the same as last week. Heart rate last week was only 90 as well. Sack beginning to change shape and filled with blood. Big subchorionic haematoma around the outside. Going in for a D&C on Thursday - I don't want to go through it naturally.
    Very sad, but realistic. Nothing we could have done about it.

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    i'm really sorry to hear about that Goosette. So sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is for you. IMO - after seeing DW go through two miscarriages, I think its better to have the D&C. The whole actual act of miscarrying itself is really traumatic.

    You might not know this also but you're actually more fertile after miscarrying. Our OB told us this after our last miscarriage and basically encouraged us to try and get pregnant again asap.

    In the meantime, speak to your OB about any tests you can have for possible causes of M/C (ANA/ACA/ETC) and your plan of attack for your next pregnancy... i.e supplements/medications/etc

    So sorry you have to go through this

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    I had a d&c for my first and I really don't want to go through it.
    I'm ok, I guess I don't feel that there's any point in getting hysterically upset.
    We'll wait for my cycle to get back to normal, then try again. Third time lucky. I hope everything works out for you both.

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    me too

    sorry again, for your loss. I'm not really good at saying the "Right" thing at times like this.

    keep us posted on your next BFP Please so we can cheer you on ... and get those tests/speak to your OB!!

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    Goosette - I am truly sorry for your news. It's so unfair! I've had 4 m/c now, and everytime it seems to be the same problem. I have a blood clotting issue, abs last m/c I had a large subchorionic haematoma. My FS has me on daily Clexane shots now (I had an embryo transfer last Thursday) and if I'm pregnant I'll continue those until 12 weeks pregnant. I have a DD who was conceived on Clomid and I had no issues during that pregnancy at all.

    I know you don't feel like it now, but please see a specialist for some extra testing. There could be a very simple solution to this, might save another heartbreak next time.

    Take time out to cry, and grieve for your angel bubba... I know words are never enough and I don't think anything ever truly takes away the pain of losing a precious baby.

    Thinking of you xox

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    I'm so sorry this hasn't ended more positively for you.

    I should be 9 weeks today but instead I'm waiting for 'things' to happen naturally after bleeding since Saturday. I'm hoping to avoid a d&c and maybe get some answers from any testing which can be done.

    I've been very lucky to have had wonderful support from friends IRL and from people on BH. I hope you too have plenty of support and get you through this time.

    Big hugs x


 

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