As the title states, have you gone on to carry a pregnancy full term and deliver a healthy baby after suffering mutiple losses? If you are happy to share then I would love to hear your story... how many losses, reason for losses, how you achieved a full term pregnancy etc etc.
I'm losing hope. I am in the midst of my 3rd misscarriage. I also suffered a late term loss at 21 weeks back in 2013 (the misscarriages followed) I have pcos and a blood clotting disorder. I got my latest bfp very early and was at the Ob the very next day starting on clexane injections. It clearly didn't work. After my bloods showed low progesterone I started on pessaries also. 2 days later my hcg was 9. If I'm doing all I can and its still not working then what next??? As my FS said I can fall preg I just can't stay that way. I cant help thinking maybe I will never get my baby 😢
I would love to hear how you got there. It may give me some hope or help me decide what next.
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15-09-2015 21:47 #1
Has anyone had a healthy baby after multiple misscarriages??
15-09-2015 22:13 #2
I'm so so sorry to hear about your losses, it's difficult to wrap your head around it when you know you're doing all you can to try keep that baby.
I don't have a blood clotting disorder mine is more the shape of my uterus and I believe where the baby implants. I suffered 3 m/c one after the other between DD1&2. DD2 stopped growing at 34 weeks so she was delivered via c/s at 38 weeks. No issues, just perfect. I then suffered another m/c between DD3&4. And unfortunately just suffered another one 3.5 weeks ago. I'm staying positive and not letting it ruin my dream of another baby.
With DD2 after the 3rd m/c I didn't even wait for AF to arrive and started trying straight away which was when she was conceived. I am not waiting for AF this time either.
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15-09-2015 22:22 #3
Can you start the celaxane while TTC, or baby aspirin until you get a positive and start the injections? Also doing the injections until almost term? I don't have a clotting disorder but remember somebody in my loss support group who had multiple miscarriages and a late loss due to one and has had a healthy baby since. I'll try to tag her because I know she's on the hub--just need to find her exact name.
15-09-2015 22:25 #4
16-09-2015 03:38 #5
Has anyone had a healthy baby after multiple misscarriages??
Hi @melimum. I'm sorry for your losses. I too have experienced multiple losses but I have also experienced the light at the end of the tunnel. I had two miscarriages prior to conceiving my DD. My pregnancy with her went off without a hitch and ended in ECS after 30hours labour at 40+3. I then had 3 more early miscarriages 3 cycles in a row while trying to conceive DS. They finally tested me and found in addition to my already known pco, two MTHFR gene mutations and another blood clotting issue that may or may not have been contributing. They also suspect I was having my 6th miscarriage at the time of testing because of some of my results. I then conceived DS the very next cycle and took baby aspirin daily from my bfp until 36 weeks without any issues. DS was born via vbac at 39+6. I am now 24 weeks pregnant with #3 and started my aspirin immediately and will take it again until 36weeks. I hope this gives you some hope and I really hope you get your sticky take home babe soon x
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16-09-2015 06:04 #6
3 bubs with fertility assistance
1 late miscarriage
Then lost another 3 babies between 6-10 weeks.
Tried baby aspirin with the last loss and it wasn't enough.
Started on clexane after ovulation before bfp and now have one very active, healthy boy. Still had to have bed rest due to bleeds as my body still tried to reject bubs, perhaps should have also been on steroids to supress my immune system a little more.
PCOS, FVL, ANA (+640)
16-09-2015 06:25 #7
I had a bub.Than 3 miscarriages
Than went on to have 5 more bubs. It took me 18 years to get my beautiful 6 kids. It was so worth it.
16-09-2015 06:57 #8
Hugs. I have 2 little boys and have multiple miscarriages including a late loss at 16 weeks.
During my first pregnancy (naturally conceived) my ob did all my bloodwork and found out I have lupus and antiphospholipid syndrome. From 6 weeks into that pregnancy, I was on Fragmin similar to clexane and 100mg of aspirin daily. He was delivered by emergency c section at 40 weeks.
It took me 4 years, IVF and many miscarriages before conceiving my second Bub. I was on Fragmin and aspirin the whole 4 years. Unfortunately, I lost him at 16 weeks due to my autoimmune disease producing clots.
8 months later, still on the same medicines, I naturally conceived another baby boy and delivered him at 32 weeks due to my autoimmune flaring at the time. My body was producing clots which hindered his growth.
Don't give up. All the Drs told me to stop after number 1 because they said the rest of my pregnancies would be filled with problems. I was determined to have another healthy Bub which I am so glad I did. I know exactly how you feel and it's so disheartening xoxo
16-09-2015 07:42 #9Senior Member
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Sending you lots of hugs.
I have had 7 losses all between 7-15 weeks. I have 2 kids, both adults now.
Please don't give up. My thoughts and prayers are with you xxx
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16-09-2015 09:10 #10
Thank you everyone for your replies and sharing your stories. I'm so sorry you all experienced so many losses but its nice to hear that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
@Newhope that is what I have Anitiphosphlipid syndrome. I still dont fully comprehend what it means. I was basically told you have this thats why we keep having losses next time we'll put you on clexane... and that was it.
I honestly feel like its a miracle that I have dd... never had any issues with her, easy pregnancy easy birth.
Will definitely be discussing with my FS if its worthwhile me starting clexane at ovulation.
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