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    Default Well I think it's another loss, what happens now?

    After having a Loss in November and TTC our third child for 12 months, I'm sitting at my GP waiting. I noticed pink spotting in the shower yesterday which turned to bleeding and this morning I've had more bleeding when I wipe with little clots.

    I got a very clear BFP on Tuesday, another the next morning and although it was faint it was still positive last night but this morning it was barely positive. My cycles are anywhere from 38 to 44 days but judging by ovulation and conception dates I should have been 5 weeks 2 days today.

    I just have a kind of pressure in my lower abdomen but no cramping. Is there anything I should be expecting or asking the doctor in particular?

    I'm just absolutely gutted. Why do these things happen.

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    I just wanted to add with my loss in November it was an early BFP before my AF was due and the next day my temperature dropped along with a negative test and the cramping, back pain and passing of tissue and clots started about a week later from memory, so this situation is different.

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    I feel silly replying to myself but just in case anyone was reading I've just come home from the hospital where they confirmed that I'm miscarrying. I asked if there was anything I need to do and she said no, just come back if I get severe pain.

    Otherwise I have another GP appointment on Monday so I guess I'll just wait until then to discuss it further.

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    I am so very sorry for your loss

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    Sorry for your loss. Xxx

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    Very sorry they you have to go through this :-( I hope you are holding your little baby in your arms this time next year xx

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    Sorry for your loss xx

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    Sorry for your loss

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    Thankyou everyone for your kind thoughts, it means a lot.

    I just don't understand why this is happening again, is there a particular reason for recurrent early miscarriages? Has anyone been through a similar situation?

    The doctor at the hospital said that since I have endometriosis and have had a laparoscopy before that that puts me at an increased risk of miscarriage, something I've never been told before.

    When she showed me the blood test results, the hcg said less than 2.3 and she said 'the results show you are not pregnant so you might just be having a normal period' to which I reminded her of the three positive tests and she said 'in that case you are probably miscarrying'. I know she was just doing her job but it felt like she almost didn't believe that I was miscarrying and I was making it up!

    I'm sorry for blabbing on, thanks for listening anyone who has got this far. I'm just confused as to where next. I can't sleep or eat, I'm just numb.


 

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