I'm back on this section of the forum, unfortunately - but I wanted to chat with some others going through a miscarriage right now.
I had two previous mmc at 8 and 13 weeks, then I had a successful pregnancy with a perfect little girl. After ttc for 2 months, I found out I was pregnant again on January 1. The test was VERY faint, and continued to be faint the following day. I didn't have a great feeling about it -
I went to the doctor the same day to get a prescription for Prometrium, as that is what I had been prescribed with my successful pregnancy. I started that again, but then the next day the test was even lighter. I was sure I was having a chemical pregnancy (which I'd never had before). Saturday morning I took a test just to see if it was completely negative, but it was DARK...the darkest yet. So I went to the walk in for some blood work.
Long story short, the first results came back at 256. The second on Wednesday were 94. Now I'm waiting to start bleeding, but because I took Prometrium last night, I'm expecting it to take a few days to leave my system.
I feel at a standstill. I wanted my babies close together, and I just feel like this KEEPS happening. It's so frustrating.
But, chin up - I know things happen for a reason, I see that because of my perfect baby girl. So this one wasn't meant to be. Maybe the next one will be.
I am so sorry to hear this.
I think I spoke to you a couple of years back. May have been on one of the TTC forums.
Anyway I have still not had a successful pregnancy so no success story to share.
But just sending you my best wishes. Miscarriage is just awful. I have found that it takes a few weeks to get back on track and time is the only healer. But it really does help x
Hopefully next time things will work out for you. Your body can do it and it will again. Lots of hugs
Not too bad at the moment thanks. Just trying to focus on the next few months. Visiting a variety of clinics for recurrent MC testing as we we need to get to the bottom of this now. Got our first appointment at St Marys in London on Tuesday. So feeling good about that. I know nothing may be found as our NHS testing was clear but it will be good to rule things out.
Really hope that we do end up having children and that one day we won't even look back on this.
How are you doing?
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