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    I'm gonna take a break from ttc and go on a holiday, 3 early miscarriages in 5 months is more than enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    I'm gonna take a break from ttc and go on a holiday, 3 early miscarriages in 5 months is more than enough.
    Big hugs sweetie xx are they definitely early miscarriages and not just provera?

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    Sorry to hear Cinder. Are they taking your bloods too to confirm the positive result each time? I hope they can figure out the best way to go forward with it all.

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    @CinderElla88 - Have you had bloods taken? Just to make sure the lines weren't from the HCG support?

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    @delirium - I'm okay. Still taking a break from it all and cruising along.

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    I would have been 37 weeks pregnant today, that sucks. Still no baby to keep

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    I would have been 37 weeks pregnant today, that sucks. Still no baby to keep
    biggest hugs xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    I would have been 37 weeks pregnant today, that sucks. Still no baby to keep
    Hugs

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    I'm sorry Cinder, it's just not fair. I hope you have lots of support around you.

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    I'm ok, It hasn't bothered me too much and I had put it out of my mind, but my friend that was due the same week had her baby early, it just hurts seeing what I could of had. Fx I get my sticky baby soon. We are back trying this month.


 

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