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    Default 44 and 6w pregnant after 3 miscarriages

    Hi all
    Just looking for some testimonial from women who had successfull pregnancy after consecutive losses. All I can think of is that tomorrow I will bleed and is all over. I have a 9yo son.

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    Try not to think like that! I know it's hard but try to look forward and be positive. I've had two stillbirths and three miscarriages and I just had a healthy baby boy in April. I'm 39.

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    I had 3 consecutive losses then a healthy baby boy (and a girl 16months later!)

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    Default Thank you both

    It gives me some hope. I am very prepared for the worst but this waiting game is a killer. Will try not to think too much. Thank you

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    I had 3 losses in between DD1&DD2, then followed on to have 2 more children without any problems. At the moment I am where you are again - 4 m/c in the last 12 months and finally pregnant again. I swear I go to the toilet every hour just to check.
    The first trimester is such a hard one! Here's to healthy little bubs on the way

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    A GF had 2 children then 4 losses then by miracle at 44 and on the pill she became pregnant to her now 2.5yr old DS she was 45 when gave birth

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    I had two miscarriages whilst trying for my first, another miscarriage before my second then fell pregnant with my third by surprise so naturally I was expecting to miscarry. I didn't and I got to 22 weeks and found out she had passed away days before.
    I am now just over 10 weeks with my 4th and the stress and anxiety I have is sky rocketing.
    It is possible for good things to happen. It's just very hard to believe it until you have a screaming baby in your arms.
    Fingers crossed for you x

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    I had 2 m/c and an ectopic before having my 3rd child. I was 36 when he was born. I totally get the worry, I'll be honest I stressed right until he was born. I think once you've experienced so many losses it's near impossible to not worry. But he was born healthy, big and strong.

    Have they given you some ideas why it is happening?

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    Default Thanks again

    Thanks all for your encouragement . I never really investigated why I lost them as I wasn't really trying. Like this time I just didn't think it would happen to get pregnant given the odds. Then the losses.

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    I understand your fear and apprehension. My first pregnancy was a mmc at 11 weeks, then 2 successful pregnancies in 2008 and 2009. We started trying for baby no 3 in 2013, fell straight away and mc at 9 weeks then many chemicals and another mc in August 2015. Fell again the next month and despite feeling I was going to lose that pregnancy as well, our beautiful baby was born 3 weeks ago - I am 43 years old. My advice is to keep busy (the only thing that kept me sane!) and as you get through each milestone it does get easier. Wishing you all the best xo

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