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    Elastigirl - I can't recommend him enough. If it wasn't for this thread started by the lovely starf1sh, I don't believe I would be pregnant now. Goodluck!!

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    Good luck. We still watch this thread... keep us posted!

    I had two surgeries with Prof V last year and am now nearly 25 weeks pregnant. He is amazing and one of the big reasons we have this miracle bubba.


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    Good luck ElastiGirl!

    I'm sooooo delighted to see so many post AS bubba's on their way! The International AS site suggests that the skill of the surgeon is directly linked to a more favourable outcome and I think that is true for all of us who found our way to Prof V.
    Amps, I'm SOOOO excited that you are soon to meet your precious bub Will be looking out for your announcement!

    MrsBtobe, Congratulations and hoping the rest of your pregnancy is uneventful

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    I have had one post ashermans baby IVF that he came early at 31+ 1 weeks and is now an 18 month old energetic little boy he kept trying to come out from 13 weeks and now pregnant again with another boy 25 weeks and cervix shortening again so have had a cervical stitch again at 24 weeks and on bed rest as I did last pregnancy. Fingers crossed this one stays in til 37 weeks. My cervix has been damaged by all the investigative surgery, d & c from miscarriage that caused the ashermans and then the IVF as well. This will be my last my first two were no problems my daughter had to be induced at 41 weeks then I had my miscarriage which I believe the d&c caused my ashermans. My pregnancies are now extremely stressful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElastiGirl View Post
    Hello, I'm aware that this is an old thread, but just want to say that I have an appt with Dr V on Tuesday. Hopefully he will be able to give me some answers.
    Good luck tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrult View Post
    My pregnancies are now extremely stressful.
    It's terrible what we go through due to Doctors and their negligence. I too believe that it was the D&C that caused my AS and then the miscarriage afterwards.

    Congrats on your pregnancy and I really hope that it's uneventful from now on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsBtobe View Post
    It's terrible what we go through due to Doctors and their negligence. I too believe that it was the D&C that caused my AS and then the miscarriage afterwards.

    Congrats on your pregnancy and I really hope that it's uneventful from now on...

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    Thank you I hope so too, I'm on as much bed rest as I can with an 18 mth old and I get my follow up scan on Friday to see where the stitch is and if the cervix is holding its own which last pregnancy at 26 weeks after the stitch it was. I don't want to go to hospital and be on bed rest there it's 5 hours away from home and my kids.

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    Wishing you all the best Petrult. I remember you from when I started this thread back in 2012 and you were pregnant with your last baby.

    You are right a post AS pregnancy can be a very stressful one but hoping this bub stays put for the long haul xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starf1sh View Post
    Wishing you all the best Petrult. I remember you from when I started this thread back in 2012 and you were pregnant with your last baby.

    You are right a post AS pregnancy can be a very stressful one but hoping this bub stays put for the long haul xx
    Thanks Starf1sh and congrats on your little girl thankfully everything turned out ok in the end even though he came 9 weeks early. He's just started walking and he makes me laugh so much which is what I need while going thru this again and being on bed rest. Are you planning any more bubs? This one will be our last another boy too.

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    Just want to update,

    Dr V is a lovely man. I'll be in for a hysteroscopy in the next couple of weeks. Thanks to this thread and some googling I actually bypassed many visits to different specialists. I just went to a random gp for a referral and then booked a visit with Dr V.

    He thinks my symptoms are that of Asherman's. I'm so glad its all getting sorted out. My journey is a little different to you girls in here, as Im not trying to fall pregnant or have babies. I just want to have normal periods again
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