Think I’m Miscarrying again.. :(

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  1. Sugar10

    Sugar10 Well-Known Member

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    :( :( So, this will be the second miscarriage in a row, I had a m/c in early December and ovulated end of the month and would be around 5 weeks now, was exactly the same weeks gestation last time. I feel so broken I have healthy children already (didn’t go through any of this back then) so I know I am already so lucky and I don’t have a clue what some people have been through, so I don’t mean to offend anyone, and I know these things can just ‘happen’, but just wondered if anyone had any advice about what to do different next cycle. I’ve started folic acid with Vit D tablets, obviously I will speak to my doctor too. But if this has happened to anyone then they went on to have a successful pregnancy any advice welcome :)
    Thankyou if you read all this! :)
     
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    Awww I’m so sorry @Sugar10 . I haven’t experienced multiple in a row at this point. Plenty others hear who have, as you know. The percentage of mc is so much higher than people realize. I don’t have any real advice though. :( Praying for you. <3
     
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    So sorry to see this ): no advice, just feels.
     
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    Oh I'm so sorry Sugar :-( xx
     
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    Oh I’m so sorry lovely xx
     
  6. PeanutButter

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    So sorry to read this :(
    I had 6mcs in a row before my daughter then another 2 before getting pregnant with this one. I have issues with my blood though. You're more fertile after a mc so I'd try again this/next cycle. If you have another MC you can be referred to the recurrent mc clinic by your Dr and they'll run all the test and scan you to make sure everything is how it should be. Unfortunately it usually is and they can't find anything wrong. Ask about aspirin though (personally if you've had children before I wouldn't take it before consulting a Dr as can cause all sorts like extra large babies, hemorrhaging etc). FX for a sticky next time x
     
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    Thank you for the kind words :) and Thankyou @PeanutButter for sharing that, so sorry you have had to go through that. I already take a blood thinner, I’m hoping it’s just one of those things, had a procedure last year following the m/c and wondering if it caused some scar tissue and I’ve also had previous c-sections, so I know all this can affect implantation sometimes. Hopefully we get lucky next time :) Definitly going to keep trying and I’ll get the OPKS back out. Did you ovulate around the same time after the m/c if first day of bleeding is CD1? X x
     
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    Yeah, start of full bleeding from mc was day 1 then ovd normal time.
    Blood thinners should make it easier to implant I think I've read but I've never took them before positive test.
    I got pregnant with my son 6/7 weeks after my daughter was born and found out when she was 10 weeks old. I was on blood thinning injections after her birth which is probably what made him easy to convince/stick :)
     

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