i had a son when i was 17 hes now 4 and healthy i had no problems. now im engaged to a different man and i have had 2 miscarriages at 6 weeks. i am going to get testing done to see as why. they wanted to me to wait and see if it happens again but i dont want too. has this happend to anyone else? and if so do you know why it happend to you? what should i ask the doc. and did you have a healthy pregnancy after ward?
Well with me i have to girls and i had two miscarriages. the first on i was 6weeks and the other one i was 20 weeks and it was a boy so i felt like i lost so much and then 4 months later i got pregnant again and now she is 3 years old in preschool and now i'm ttc for #3. You just have to listen to your doctor and stay healthy because i scared to cause i dont' want to lose my baby once i get pregnant with this 3 baby.
I have had two miscarriages at about 6 weeks. My husband and I have always needed extra help to concieve (We have one son, who is 4 1/2 yrs old) and we are going to be trying in the next month or so using a plan we came up with and the doctor agreed. I am scared of it happening again, also. I would recommend doing your own research and ask questions based on that. As babyjk09 stated, listen to your doctor and stay healthy. Do not do any streneous activities and avoid stress.
Hey I know how you feel. When my husband and I decided to conceive, it was 2001. I got pregnant and didn't know I was. Well it ended in a miscarriage at about 5 weeks. We tried again, but it was unsuccessful ending in a pregnancy in my tubes. I was devastated thinking I would never get pregnant. We decided to get pregnant again. My doctor said sometimes these things just happen. This time it was successful and we had a beautiful daughter. When she was about a year and a half old, we decided to try for a second child. Once again I went through a miscarriage. Trying one more time, I got pregnant with a son, who is now 4. I felt our family just wasn't complete yet, so we tried again. This time things went uneventful and we now have another beautiful son who is now 7 weeks old. Don't get discouraged. God knows what he is doing!
Unfortunately these things do just happen. I have 7 beautiful children now but I had a miscarriage at 10 weeks in August of 2000. My doctor back then said that sometimes the embryo grows with abnormalities and your body gets rid of it for a reason. In my case the baby died because of abnormal cells. I have only had the one miscarriage and I have 7 beauties... son 17, daughter 13, son 10, daughter 7, son 5, daughter 2, daughter 4 months! It's true, God does know what he is doing!
I have had several consecutive miscarriages all in the first 9 weeks of pregnancy. I have yet to carry to term and am terrified that the baby I am currently carrying will be lost as well, despite being further along than I ever have been. I commend you on getting tested even though you have only had two miscarriages. I had to have at least three before my doctors would even CONSIDER testing! General thought is that I have a hormone imbalance and I am currently taking progesterone to help sustain my pregnancy. I could have chosen more testing to check for clotting disorders, etc. but decided against it initially due to expense. I would like to eventually get tested for clotting disorders (as they may not affect every pregnancy) but I got pregnant again before I could do so (pregnancy causes false results). If you have any questions, a good book to read is called "To Full Term". It's about a woman (who has a clotting disorder and an incompetent cervix) who has consecutive miscarriages and problem births. She also lists several sources for coping, testing, and general miscarriage FAQ at the end of her book.
I have had two miscarriages also, both around week 10. Now I am 12 weeks pregnant with a healthy baby, who looks like they will make it. It is hard to believe right now that there is hope, but there is. I was told by one doctor when we lived in NM that it was due to my age and my husband's age ( I am 29 years old and my husband is 41), to another doctor who ran every test that showed nothing is wrong. So my only advice to you is to relax, and not let yourself get too wrapped up in the grief. When I got over blaming myself for the miscarriages, ( and we moved to another state with better medical care, and cleaner air and water) on the advice of my new doctor, we tried again, and our little one will be due in Jan 2010.
The advice the doctor gave me was : 1) relax - stop stressing so much 2) take your prenatals ( I take a high quality prescription prenatal, that she prescriped after my second miscarriage)as you are healing from the miscarriage, and continue until after birth or nursing is done 3) Be good to yourself,
I have had two miscarriages in 2007 within 8 months of each other. Lost Logan in April at 20 weeks then Kayleigh in December at 21 weeks, both miscarriages for different reasons, both devastating.
I am now 9 weeks pregnant and a nervous wreck I have to say (trying to put it to the back of my mind though and let things take their course!)
I'm getting a cervical suture in at the end of August and hopefully this will help me go full term. Has anyone had this procedure before? As you can imagine I'm a bit nervous about it!
same thing happened to me.and im pregnant again.
i really dont have any answers to your questions,
but i want to wish you the best of luck with everything.
Didnt have D&Cs done as I was 5months and both babies were born naturally, therefore babies & placenta were fully delivered.
We had genetic tests done on us & babies and everything was fine. They're putting it down to a short/incompetent cervix. I have the stitch in now and am now 25 weeks so feeling really positive now!
Hope everything goes well for you, dont give up!