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Old Mar 23rd, 2009, 15:11 PM   21
rachjim98
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Thanks so much for the insightfull information. Is great to hear that after having 3 successive miscarriages that i obviously have something wrong with me and should stop trying. Just what i need to hear really. Thank you SOOOOOOOOOOOOO much fro your such LOVELY heartfelt insensitivity
Hello there I am so sorry to hear of your miscarriages I am sure you are in a lot of pain.

I have read this section several times and I don't recall the part where it says you have something wrong with you and you should stop trying. Maybe you could point that out to me. Maybe your emotions are misreading the information?
I believe what the info is saying is that after 3 consecutive MC's they will start to do intense workups to see where the problem is, and what treatment they can do to help you have a successful pregnancy. But hey I could be wrong? Hope everything works out and you can find some answers.

Ok I think I have found the part you are talking about:
After three miscarriages in a row, you really should stop trying on your own. You clearly do have a problem, and you need to find it and see if it can be treated. This, of course, if only true if you have never had a healthy baby. If you have had children between the losses, the choice to test is up to you. Your problem, if you do have one, is obviously intermittent.

I can see where that would be misleading. But if you read it closely it dose state to stop trying on your own (meaning seek the help of a Doctor)
goodluck to you and again sorry for your losses xoxox



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Old Mar 23rd, 2009, 19:54 PM   22
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Thanks for the info.. x



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Old Apr 13th, 2009, 15:46 PM   23
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thanks for the info i'm trying to figure out if i had one, the color of the so called period(way darker blood and grayishness) and labour like pains make me think i did.pain i have never felt before in my 15 years of having periods.



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Old Apr 18th, 2009, 21:12 PM   24
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Thank you so much for this information. x



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Old Apr 21st, 2009, 12:45 PM   25
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hi hun thankyou so so much for all the info ive just found out yesterday im miscarrying my little angel ive had 3 eptopics in 4 years aswell the last time they removed my left fallopian tube so this time we thought everything would be fine but started spotting few days ago and got rushed in hospital due to my history they monitored my hcg levels which dropped every 48 hours and you were right as soon as they told me yesterday morning i was misscarrying everything went different by the teatime i was bleeding properley and passing tissue we are extremely devastated the eptopics seemed different to cope with because there was medical reasons for losing them but this misscarriage left me confused and convinced my chances of having another healthy pregnancy was over but after reading your info me and my husband have decided to try one last time soon as the time is right ive lost 4 little angels now but im hoping at 27 years old we can still have a healthy pregnancy im sorry for everyones losses and i wish you all the luck and happiness in future xxxxx



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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:43 PM   26
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great post



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Old May 18th, 2009, 02:49 AM   27
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thank you wobbles..i had two miscarriages last year and i am dying to have a baby..your information has been very helpful..



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Old Jun 15th, 2009, 04:10 AM   28
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hi - I have just noticed this thread. I find it very interesting and informative BUT there is not much info there about the medical management of miscarriage. In the 'Treatment' section you focus on Surgical and natural. Many people (including myself very recently) choose to have the Medical treatment using Mifepristone and misoprostol .

Is there any chance you could update it as when I was looking at my options I found it hard to get hold of useful information about the medical management of miscarriage.



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Old Jun 15th, 2009, 05:29 AM   29
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Thanks for this thread Wobbles, I found it comforting to know that the feelings and thoughts I had were perfectly normal and that there was nothing I could have done differently.



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Old Jun 16th, 2009, 22:56 PM   30
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Thanks for sharing the information and for presenting it in such a personable manner.



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