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Old Jun 18th, 2009, 08:02 AM   31
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Thanks Wobbles, this is really great information for every woman who is going to be mom. If we know all these causes of miscarriage then the chances of miscarriage will be less. Hope every mother have healthy preganancy



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Old Jun 25th, 2009, 05:23 AM   32
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Thank you For the info, very helpful



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Old Jun 26th, 2009, 17:21 PM   33
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This information is really helpful, I can't remember much of what they told me at the hospital so reading this has really helped. Thank you!



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Old Aug 5th, 2009, 11:05 AM   34
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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.


Am willing to write something about what I know if it's at all useful?



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Old Aug 24th, 2009, 10:33 AM   35
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Thank you for this. This is more info than I've received from the dr. I just went through my first miscarriage this past Saturday. They said it would be like a "really bad period". They were wrong. It was active labor. The pain near the end...I felt like I would die right there, or go insane from it. I wish someone had told me it could be that intense. I wasn't prepared at all. All I could do was scream on the floor of the ER, even with pain meds. It didn't go away until I passed everything. I was 14 weeks along, but the baby had stopped growing at 9 weeks. The craziest thing was that for five weeks I did not know and thought I was still pregnant and there was no progression. The natural miscarriage only progressed after I was told and had come to terms with everything (as best I could). Then it came on strong almost immediately. Odd how that happens.

Thank you again for this information. Now I know better what to expect.



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Old Aug 24th, 2009, 10:47 AM   36
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Thank you for taking your time to write this thread for us. Very informative.



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Old Sep 13th, 2009, 20:53 PM   37
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thanks for this info, it's helped



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Old Sep 18th, 2009, 02:38 AM   38
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Thanks, this is very nice. Let me just point out one thing that has annoyed me on this site, as on literally every other baby- and birth- and pregnancy-related site I've come across. You have absolutely no references to your claims. What are your sources? Please add a link to a study that has been performed, a published paper in a scientific journal or likewise. Without that, what you call myth and truth is just your opinion.

I have the strong impression that a lot of the "information" one finds on these sites is just copied from elsewhere. In the best case, the actual origin might have been some book or an advice somebody got from a doctor, but it could as well have been an urban legend.



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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 11:05 AM   39
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Hey the source is given in the last post of information - "Source: pregnancyloss.info"

I've been too scared to google advice in case I freaked myself out, but this thread has been incredibly useful for me to read here where I feel 'safe'

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Old Sep 25th, 2009, 19:17 PM   40
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Thank you so much Wobbles, this was very helpful information.

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