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  1. #1
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    Feb 2013

    Default Concerned after three miscarriages

    Hi, I am 26 and already a mum to one beautiful 4 year old boy. We have been trying for a while now to get pregnant and seems to fall pregnant easily but end up having miscarriages. I have had three now. one in dec 2010 at nine weeks. one in June 2012 at 7 weeks and one in Oct 2012 at five weeks. I am currently pregnant again and according to my dates I should be ten weeks. I had spotting at five weeks but my HCG levels was still rising after that. Had some brown discharge after we had intercourse and has not yet stopped. HCG levels has dropped but not drastically enough to say its a miscarriage and i have no pain at all. Its been a nearly two weeks on and now its gone brownish to red but only occasionally. Had a scan as there was a bit of clotting as well. There was a fetal heartbeat although my levels has dropped but apparently the baby does not to appear to be as big as one that should be ten weeks. I know my dates are right as I have been tracking it and cant be out by nearly four weeks...Its just not possible. Any advise on how I should look at it. Is this normal. What else do you recommend if you were in the same situation as me. I feel my gp is not taking me serious enough and not looking at my pregnancy closely but as i live in the country its a bit hard to shop around for gps

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    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    Default Concerned after three miscarriages

    I am so sorry to hear what your going through. It's so frustrating when your bit being listened to. I can only say hold on to that heart beat. Sending you lots if positive thoughts. I hope it all works out

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    I can't offer any advice but I just wanted to send love and supportive hugs to you xo


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