I m/c at 9weeks but my poor lil baby had died at 6weeks, i started spotting on the sat and had my first ever scan on the monday, this is when i found out that my lil bean had now heartbeat i went home that day and started to bleed heavily and then sitting at the loo felt a pop and that was my bub.. i didnt look (but looking back now i wish i had for closure) my bleeding came to just slight bleeding for the next week and then stopped ... had a perfect 2 cycles after that (28days and 27days) and got my BFP on the 31st Dec i am now 15weeks today and i was so so so relieved to pass my hurdle date now im going strong and have a super healthy lil fighter .. cant wait to hold my rainbow baby in my arms
The first time for me was 8 weeks. I was young and had no parental guidence at the time and the doctor did not do a dnc even though I didn't pass baby for over a month! I wish to God I would have filed a law suite now! I ended up filling bathtubs with blood and got a really bad infection in my uterous! I think that messed me up for future pregnancies because I lost my second one at 16 weeks!
God finally blessed me with my beautiful son and everything, including him, turned out perfect! I Lost my fourth pregnancy at 11 weeks and had to schedule my second dnc percedure that I also had with my second mc.
Now I am 16 weeks and I pray that this baby will stick...I'm already in love Good luck with everything!! But I NEVER had any mc symptoms execpt a whole 5 weeks after losing my first...I guess my body is just strange..
I had a son born in 2007, then last year I had a MC at 18 weeks, contractions and light bleeding for 5 days and then sort of suddenly on the 5th day my waters literally burst. My DH took me right away to the ER and I then delivered the baby probably within half hour of the waters breaking. I started bleeding badly immediately after the waters broke and almost needed a transfusion because my blood pressure had gotten so low.
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