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    Default hello!

    So good to find a thread for older expecting mums. Am sorry to read of recent losses though Lots of needed here. I've just discovered I'm pregnant at 48 and conceived naturally. Am delighted at the news but a little scared by the stats I've been looking at. Trying to remain positive

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    Hi lucky stars, wow that's amazing. Don't listen to all the statistics, keep positive that everything is going to be ok. I've just had a healthy baby girl and I'm 44 so miracles can happen.

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    sorry to hear that. its a hard thing.

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    I haven't been on because I had a missed miscarriage at 10weeks.


    to anyone who has gone through this.

    We have asked for genetic testing and I had to go to sydney for the D and C as it was not something they did in the country.

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    Dear DelenaTVD - im so so so so so sorry to hear - so many thoughts and hugs to you. Take all the time you and your partner need to grieve- i can totally relate to the heartache and sense of loss. I'm just so sorry to hear. PussyV.

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    Hi all

    So sorry DelenaTVD. There's never the right words to make it better. I've had 2 miscarriages & it doesn't matter when they happen, it's still a loss that you need to grieve. Look after yourself...


 

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