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    Default No hb at 8wks after 2 miscarriages

    Hi girls
    I have been reading through some posts and seems im not alone, life just isnt fair some times.
    This is my 3rd pregnancy none viable yet first loss at 5 wks second no hb at 12wks ended with a d&c baby died at 9wks
    I went for my first scan yesterday meant to be 8+5wks i was sure this was it after all who can have 3 losses in arrow i cant be that unlucky, it's seems that i may be that unlucky. There was no heartbeat and only measured at just over 6 wks. My ob wants to do another scan in 2 weeks but he said he wouldn't be surprised if start miscarrying before then, no sign if mc yet. I have read all the miracle stories and want so bad for me to be one of those but not sure if that i just accept it and move on or have hope that they are wrong and i have my dates wrong. so confused how to feel... I just want to be a mum so bad

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    im so sorry hun, I couldn't read and not reply. wishing you all the very best.

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    I couldn't read and not reply. I am so so sorry for your losses
    You're right ... it's not fair at all

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    So sorry you are going through this xoxo I have had 3 mcs and a chemical pregnancy. It's so hard to go through! Waiting 2 weeks is a big ask too, can they just do some hcg blood tests a couple of days apart? That should give them an indication of what's happening and if there's any chance it will continue. Then you can wait for the scan if the tests are good? If the pregnancy is not successful you should ask to have some in depth blood tests done to check for reasons your body is doing this. There are a number of issues that can cause recurrent mc and treatments that can help. Feel free to pm me if you need to talk. Big hugs

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    Thank you ladies its good to be able to talk to ppl that have gone through the same think don't feel so alone. My ob said said that the ultrasound is the best way and to wait I could go back after a week ill see how I go. Will defernetly be getting more In depth test done this is driving me insane and it has taken us a year since last time 2 years all together so I don't fall easily

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    So sorry you are going through such heartache. After my first I had three mc's before finally having my son when my daughter was 7. I count myself as very fortunate to have two beautiful children, but understand the heart wrenching loss of losing angel after angel and eventually hope as well.
    Please don't lose hope.

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    I am so sorry for your loss. I have just had a second miscarriage. My body also is a 'holder', resulting in missed miscarriages. It is one of the worst waits, and then while you are in the worst possible frame of mind you have to make decisions. If the worst happens, and you have lost your bub, please ask (demand) your Dr to give you some antibiotics prior to a D&C if you choose that road and have it completed guided by ultrasound if possible. I have Asherman's Syndrome as a result of my first miscarriage that needed a D&C, this was the reason that my most recent miscarriage occurred. The scar tissue stopped my placenta from forming well enough to sustain bubba. We got a heartbeat at 7+5, then at the 12w scan the bubba had died at 8+1. About when the yolk runs out and the placenta is required. I am worried for you and how similar our stories sound. I can't say enough how heartbroken I am for you, and I'm sorry to add more worrying things to you here, but I know now that I would have just kept having miscarriage after miscarriage if I had not pushed to see a more informed specialist. I'll check in on you here over the next few days. I have everything crossed for you plus prayers that all is okay.

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    I am so sorry for your loss

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    Sorry for your loss BonBon, hope you get some answers soon. xx

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    I'm so sorry about all your losses. sending you lots of strength to get through these hard times. I hope you can get some answers soon and you have a very sticky bub soon x thinking of you x


 

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