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    Awwwwww Its hard to stay positive, but I will be keeping you and bubs in my prayers. Big hugs hun

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    maybe u want to go for another scan rather than just sit there and wait? I really hope all goes well for you.

    I had a m/c last year, went for a dating scan and they say it's too small and to go back. went for a 2nd scan dated 5 weeks when it should be 7 weeks. Yolk sac and fetal pole present but no heartbeat. They did recommend to do another scan but my ob said that by 7 weeks if there's no heartbeat it's unlikely to progress. In the end, I had to go through D&C to remove it. Thinking back now I wish I waited a week more and did another scan to confirm it. However the pathology came back and it's proven Trisomy 16 which is a common reason for m/c where the bub did not progress.

    I'm at around 6 weeks mark now - 1 year after the d&C and 2 years from my 1st stillborn. Going for my dating scan next week and it's definitely stressful and paranoid now. Keeping fingers crossed here too. Hopefully we can all get through it.

    Best of luck and keep praying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joenbby View Post
    maybe u want to go for another scan rather than just sit there and wait? I really hope all goes well for you.

    I had a m/c last year, went for a dating scan and they say it's too small and to go back. went for a 2nd scan dated 5 weeks when it should be 7 weeks. Yolk sac and fetal pole present but no heartbeat. They did recommend to do another scan but my ob said that by 7 weeks if there's no heartbeat it's unlikely to progress. In the end, I had to go through D&C to remove it. Thinking back now I wish I waited a week more and did another scan to confirm it. However the pathology came back and it's proven Trisomy 16 which is a common reason for m/c where the bub did not progress.

    I'm at around 6 weeks mark now - 1 year after the d&C and 2 years from my 1st stillborn. Going for my dating scan next week and it's definitely stressful and paranoid now. Keeping fingers crossed here too. Hopefully we can all get through it.

    Best of luck and keep praying.
    Awwww hun, keeping you in my prayers too

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    Good luck hansmum and joenbby. Sending lots of hugs and sticky dust to you both

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    Not good news for me....our little peanut was too special to come into the world. Waiting for a the gyno to ring to see if she will give me a curet....hoping she will I dont want to have a miscarrage at home....would rather have it done quickly. Its very sad....

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    Absolutely devastating news. I hope you will be ok but if you need anyone to talk to we are all here.

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    I've been watching this thread and waiting for some news. So sorry to hear of your loss.

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    Awwwww hun Im so sorry. I hope you have enough direct support around you, as well as us online. Biiiiig hugs

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    Oh no! So sorry for your loss!


 

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