Hi, I feel I really need to talk and hear advice and/or support from others who may have gone through similar experiences. This is my story. After struggling to conceive for yrs myself and dh embarked on Ivf. After failed IUI's and a number of failed embryo transfers we fell naturally pg but miscarried at 9 weeks. I fell ill with dissected carotid artery shortly after and suffered a stroke but after a year of recovery we had a successful pregnancy with one of our FETs and now have our beautiful dd. I stopped breast feeding on her 1st birthday in February this year and fell naturally pg straight away. We had 6 early scans and all was great and all nips testing came back low risk. The 12 wk scan was great and baby was healthy but we found out at the last scan two weeks ago that our little girl had died 14-15 weeks gestation. There was no heartbeat. I am beyond devastated and am unable to speak to any of our friends as I know that they simply can't understand how I feel. I can't fathom or accept her loss. She was perfect. How do I move on from this and how quickly can I have an FET? We are both 41 yrs old now but we have one frozen embryo left, taken when we were 38 yrs old. Does anyone have any stories or tips on how to go from a late miscarriage to a successful FET pregnancy. I'd love to hear from anyone with advice on coping with this grief and getting body ready for FET. Thank you, Lisa.