I got the results from my Pathology testing after my D&C this morning and my baby had Turner's Syndrome. She had only 45 chromosomes instead of 46. The OBs told me 15% of all m/c's are due to this and that there is no increased risk of having another m/c due to this problem. It is just a thing that can happen unfortunately and it can be either be a mistake in the egg or sperm (most commonly the sperm) in production.
He told hubby to take Menevit (which I started him on the other week anyway) to help with sperm quality and told me to continue to taking Elevit. He is happy for us to try again whenever we are feeling ready again.
Has anyone ever had a M/C due to this Syndrome and gone on to have healthy pregnancy?
I am happy that we got a result and glad that its nothing that we did although I am sad to find out it was the little girl I always wanted (Turner Syndrome only affects females)
I would love to talk to anyone who knows more about it or had personal experience with this Syndrome.