I'm truly just so sad for you Michelle. I can feel your devastation through your words and it's just so heartbreaking. I wish there was a way to help
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09-11-2013 22:55 #751
10-11-2013 02:28 #752
Michelle, my heart is breaking for you, I'm so incredibly sorry :-( I know exactly what you mean, there are two girls at my work pregnant due a month after I was and after we learnt our baby wouldn't make it all I kept thinking was how the hell can I watch them have happy healthy pregnancy all the while thinking "why not me". Sending you the biggest of hugs xxx
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11-11-2013 01:04 #753
Just wanted to check in and make sure everyone's doing ok. Michelle we are all thinking of you in this time. Wish are you still looking for an Xmas bauble? Michelle do you think you will buy one for Flea? Coco how are you coping with your TWW? Love you all! Goodnight xx
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11-11-2013 07:44 #754
Nothing to report on this end. But I do have a question. Preconception checks. Can GP's do them or do I need to go to a gyn/ob?
11-11-2013 08:01 #755Senior Member
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Hello everyone. What's happened to Michelle has really effected me. I can't imagine what you're going through Michelle and my heart goes out to you. So many people I know miscarry. I'm now scared to find out if I am pregnant. So the TWW is happening but with much cautiousness. I should be able to check mid to late next week.
My nipples are beaming like headlights still. No other real pregnancy symptoms. A little emo but that could be many things! How is everyone else?
Rainbow I had a look at your TTC diary. Fingers crossed seedy is a sticky xx
11-11-2013 08:01 #756Senior Member
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Oh and Crafty I just went to my GP to get blood tests. I think your GP can arrange further tests if need be.
11-11-2013 08:38 #757
Gp can arrange all pre conception stuff, it's only if you are having trouble that you will have to see a fertility specialist but even then your gp can get the ball rolling with tests.
11-11-2013 09:52 #758
Phew. That's good. My doctor has been my Nan's doctor, my mums doctor and my doctor so it'd be good for him to run any tests as he knows all of our family history. And he bulk bills woooo!
And I agree with a few of the above posts, it seems to be difficult to get pregnant and I'm seeing more and more miscarriage I wish we could all get UTD on our first try and not have any complications
11-11-2013 11:01 #759
Unfortunately the updated science means a higher percentage of sad stories. Once upon a time the only way you knew you were preg was because you were a week late for AF, whereas now we gave tests that can detect from like 8dpo, and we consider "any line a line". This means that so many chem prgs and early miscarriages that once upon a time would have been considered as a "bad AF this month", we now know are the result of a super early loss. It's great we can detect so early, but it means that we do see the ones that were never meant to be...
11-11-2013 11:16 #760
Sadly one in four pregnancies will result in chemical pregnacies, early miscarriage and still birth in Australia alone. The number could be much higher as there are thousands every day that dont realise they were pregnant and think it was an unusually heavy period.
Im so thankful I have friends who have not suffered this fate and unfortunatley so many who have. It happens all too often and its awful and painful but neccessary evil in the road to becoming a parent.
If/when you get pregnant and sadly loose a bub your appreciation of the next will be so much greater, its a huge reminder of how precious every life truly is.
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