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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily75 View Post
    And then....in a day of blood and tears and enormous sadness, it was all over.

    Best of luck ladies.
    Hugs to you, be kind to yourself xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Very sorry Emily. I just want to make it clear there was nothing you did wrong. Runny eggs makes you sick (you're more susceptible to salmonella), not miscarry. The alcohol would have boiled off in a pasta sauce. Mercury is a culminative effect, one serve doesn't hurt.

    It's not because you're over weight either, it's just one of those things. Though after 2 years maybe its time to seek assistance, your body might be doing something that prevents pregnancy that can be controlled with drugs.

    Best of luck for the future
    I'd echo that please don't feel in any way, shape or form responsible this tragedy is not your fault, this is the sad reality that a high proportion of pregnancies end in miscarriage. I hope when you have grieved you will find comfort that you at least got pregnant so it will happen again. As I understand it miscarriage is our bodies efficient way of only keeping healthy babies that have excellent chance of life. It's horribly sad for the mum but its natures way. Big hugs don't give up soooooooo many women have early miscarriages and go on to have many live births.

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    Sorry to hear your sad news Emily. I have had 2 miscarriages one at 8wk6days and the other at 11wks3days. After much hard work and multiple IVF cycles later I am currently 8wks4days and did not realise until yesterday how much I am FREAKING out. I am on a knifes edge so snappy at everyone and so anxious which I know is not good but I cant seem to calm myself down and there are times when I forget and am not actively thinking about the pregnancy but them I remember and I'm back to being anxious........................................eve ry twinge every time I go to the bathroom..........it very hard I wish everyone all the best

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    Default What came next

    I wanted to add a little post-script to my posts above to help with hope for other ladies reading this.

    After my miscarriage, I launched a campaign of weight loss. This occupied me and helped us stay busy

    It turns out that I was more fertile than my obstetrician (who turned out to be a bit useless) thought, and my husband and I welcomed our first child (a full-term healthy girl) 3 weeks ago.

    I never knew life could be as wondrous. our cup runneth over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily75 View Post
    I wanted to add a little post-script to my posts above to help with hope for other ladies reading this.

    After my miscarriage, I launched a campaign of weight loss. This occupied me and helped us stay busy

    It turns out that I was more fertile than my obstetrician (who turned out to be a bit useless) thought, and my husband and I welcomed our first child (a full-term healthy girl) 3 weeks ago.

    I never knew life could be as wondrous. our cup runneth over.
    Beautiful update! Congrats and all the best


 

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