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sothankful12
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Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

I had a loss in December at 8 weeks. Which we saw hb at 6 and hb no longer at 8. Had a natural mmc.

We tried for the 1st time after mmc in feb and we were due in November. I began spotting, not constant the day before my 1st visit.(7th weeks). At my 1st appt, I began to bleed. Chat Icon it was happening again :(

I have 1 DC. I wondered if anyone has had this happen after having had a healthy pregnancy and child?

I was referred to a fertility specialist.

If anyone would mind sharing their similar story with me, I'd appreciate it. :Chat Icon

Posted 3/29/16 8:09 PM
 

Chai77
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Re: Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

Oh no, I am so sad and sorry to hear this. It's so unfair.

I had one healthy baby, two chemicals, then went on to have my second healthy baby.

Then, I had two eight week losses both after having seen a heartbeat in the past 11 months. My last MMC was in December too.

My doctor suggested the losses were due to random chromosomal errors so he did not recommend a specialist. One of my losses was tested and it was due to Turners syndrome. He said we could just try again. What is your doctor saying?

Posted 3/29/16 10:47 PM
 

Peainapod
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Re: Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

Im sorry. you might want to see a specialist for recurrent miscarriages.

your age also plays a factor b/c unfortunately as the older we get the risks for chromosomal abnormalities goes up. Im 37 and did 2 rounds of IVF between last year and this year, and my eggs are just shit now. I had a chemical with the first cycle, and 2nd cycle none of my embryos fertilized normally or made it to transfer. So my age and egg quality was the factor there.

You could easily go on to have a healthy pregnancy again. but might not hurt to have some tests done for recurrent losses.

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Posted 3/31/16 7:53 PM
 

LotsaLuv
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Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

I am so sorry for your losses. I had no problem getting pregnant with DD. 2 years later we started trying for DC#2, I got pregnant right away again, but lost that one around 6 weeks. Then nothing happened for almost a year and a half. I started seeing a RE at the year point, but everything came back normal. I had my tubes flushed and got pregnant a cycle after that. I lost that baby around 12 weeks. Had a D&C, got my period, got pregnant that cycle. I was due yesterday, so we are awaiting DS.

They never found anything wrong with the 12 week loss. My progesterone was on the lower side, not below where it should be, but not high. With this pregnancy I went on progesterone, and I wonder if that was why I lost the other 2.

I would go to a RE to get everything tested at this point, the losses take a huge emotional toll.

Good luck xoxo

Message edited 4/1/2016 1:31:33 PM.

Posted 4/1/16 1:24 PM
 

sothankful12
LIF Zygote

Member since 12/15

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Re: Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

Posted by LotsaLuv

I am so sorry for your losses. I had no problem getting pregnant with DD. 2 years later we started trying for DC#2, I got pregnant right away again, but lost that one around 6 weeks. Then nothing happened for almost a year and a half. I started seeing a RE at the year point, but everything came back normal. I had my tubes flushed and got pregnant a cycle after that. I lost that baby around 12 weeks. Had a D&C, got my period, got pregnant that cycle. I was due yesterday, so we are awaiting DS.

They never found anything wrong with the 12 week loss. My progesterone was on the lower side, not below where it should be, but not high. With this pregnancy I went on progesterone, and I wonder if that was why I lost the other 2.

I would go to a RE to get everything tested at this point, the losses take a huge emotional toll.

Good luck xoxo



I'm sorry for your losses.

Your story struck a cord. Before my mmc, I received a call from my ob office to tell me there was a concern on my progesterone level. It was normal but low normal at my 1st appt(6wks). The level was 10. They preferred it higher and wanted to re-check. I was scheduled for my next appt the next day(8wks) and that's when I found out about my mmc. I questioned the progesterone level if it was low normal due to the particular pregnancy or truly a concern as a whole. After my 1st period, we tested all levels and everything was normal.

This pregnancy I asked when I first poas, if I should get my levels checked since mmc but was told to wait for 7/8 wk appt. I don't have a comparison since it happened in office.

I am going to fertility specialist to get tested. You're right, they certainly do take a huge emotional toll. Thank you. Good luck on your upcoming birth. Xoxo

Posted 4/1/16 11:21 PM
 

sothankful12
LIF Zygote

Member since 12/15

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Re: Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

Posted by Peainapod

Im sorry. you might want to see a specialist for recurrent miscarriages.

your age also plays a factor b/c unfortunately as the older we get the risks for chromosomal abnormalities goes up. Im 37 and did 2 rounds of IVF between last year and this year, and my eggs are just shit now. I had a chemical with the first cycle, and 2nd cycle none of my embryos fertilized normally or made it to transfer. So my age and egg quality was the factor there.

You could easily go on to have a healthy pregnancy again. but might not hurt to have some tests done for recurrent losses.

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I'm sorry also. Thank you for your reply and sharing your story. Chat Icon

Posted 4/1/16 11:23 PM
 

sothankful12
LIF Zygote

Member since 12/15

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Re: Unfortunately, i'm back.. Again

Posted by Chai77

Oh no, I am so sad and sorry to hear this. It's so unfair.

I had one healthy baby, two chemicals, then went on to have my second healthy baby.

Then, I had two eight week losses both after having seen a heartbeat in the past 11 months. My last MMC was in December too.

My doctor suggested the losses were due to random chromosomal errors so he did not recommend a specialist. One of my losses was tested and it was due to Turners syndrome. He said we could just try again. What is your doctor saying?




Thank you again for reply and sharing. I'm so sorry for your losses also.

Posted 4/1/16 11:25 PM
 
 

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