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Old Jun 14th, 2010, 10:14 AM   11
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Great info!! Hels we are due the same day I think!!!



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2010, 10:20 AM   12
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Miscarraige is up to viablity (24 weeks) but obviously alot rarer after 12 weeks - also for late miscarraige there is often a reason - not just an unexplained one.



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Old Jun 14th, 2010, 10:25 AM   13
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Check out this link. I think its the kind of thing you are lookin for...

http://miscarriage.tripod.com/first_questions.htm



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2010, 13:40 PM   14
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Thanks all. OOOOOHHHH we must be clare, im due 30th Jan, have added you as a friend, be nice to swap tales/troubles seen as we at exactly the same stage! xx



 
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Old May 6th, 2011, 04:18 AM   15
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Thanks girls I am very sad today as my friend who has had one m/c 5 months ago is being insensitive with me and telling me not get my hopes up until after 12 weeks. I am 8 weeks and am getting nervous about things as this was about the time that things went wrong for her. I want to be able to celebrate this time with family and friends as I am starting to show a bit and people are noticing things.

Sorry for the depressing post but just had a text from her telling me to do what I want! I know she's still wore from what happened and I can understand that but I want to feel happy not sad and worried.



 
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Old May 6th, 2011, 04:34 AM   16
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Personally I think the whole statistics stuff is a pile of crap...

not to be too heartless but if its gonna happen its gonna happen... no statistic in this world can prevent it.



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Old May 6th, 2011, 12:50 PM   17
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Hi all I'm pregnant again (7+5) after a MMC in Jan this year, I was 13 weeks! I have had two scans so far, one at 5+4 that I paid private for (90) and one via NHS yesterday arranged by my GP, am pleased to say all is well even after slight bleeding and some cramping. I have been told I have a small cyst on left ovary which explains the cramping.

I honestly want to have a scan every two weeks but at 90 a go I just can't afford it, however, I would advise any of you that are worrying to have one done. It was the best thing I'd ever done, I would never of made the further 6 weeks until the routine scan. You can search the net for your local private hospital and just call up and book in xxxxxxx



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Old May 6th, 2011, 13:09 PM   18
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Hi all I'm pregnant again (7+5) after a MMC in Jan this year, I was 13 weeks! I have had two scans so far, one at 5+4 that I paid private for (90) and one via NHS yesterday arranged by my GP, am pleased to say all is well even after slight bleeding and some cramping. I have been told I have a small cyst on left ovary which explains the cramping.

I honestly want to have a scan every two weeks but at 90 a go I just can't afford it, however, I would advise any of you that are worrying to have one done. It was the best thing I'd ever done, I would never of made the further 6 weeks until the routine scan. You can search the net for your local private hospital and just call up and book in xxxxxxx
They can also become very addictive. I spent 800 on private scans with my second pregnancy. Insane amount of money.

If its simply the heartbeat you girls want to see on U/S, I'd
advise a doppler for short term reassurance until you get your scan.
I've been there, the scan addict and it cripples your bank balance after a few



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Old May 6th, 2011, 13:48 PM   19
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Hi all, i know they say that when you get to 12 weeks your chances of miscarriage reduce dramatically but does anyone know where you can find week by week stats, i.e chances after 6 wks, 7wks, 8wks etc. Thanks girlies! x
I was just reading that M/C goes up to 20 weeks...and I thought we're safe at 12...



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Old May 6th, 2011, 13:51 PM   20
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Maybe its not true - there are so many different versions!

I don't really think stats matter much for individuals! If you have a 1 in 10000000 chance of something but it happens to YOU then stats mean nothing!

We should just all concentrate on ourselves!
exactly! I've never thought I'd be 1 in 10.000 but I was in my previous pregnancy(amniotic band syndrome) and also-I do not drink,smoke,do drugs,change parners..no stds ever,no abnormalities,healthy first baby...totally healthy person-but..it happened-1 in 10.000....



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