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Lauraaraa Oct 27th, 2010 02:42 AM

So Now I am 12weeks Does this Mean........
 
.......risk of m/c has dropped.

i asked my midwife on monday and she said th percentage is verrrrry low.

and asked th sonographer on monday to at scan and she said when you are at 12weeks you are out the 'danger zone' so to speak.

so this made me feel better.

so why on earth cant i stop fretting?!

now i have seen baby wriggling and so lively in there i dont want to lose him/her.

should i relax and stop worrying.

does anyone know the percentage rate now

mummy2again Oct 27th, 2010 02:52 AM

hi didn't want to read and run, don't know the percentage but I think its very low.
We all worry all way through infact you never stop after there born lol xx

Lauraaraa Oct 27th, 2010 02:53 AM

thankyouu, yea midwife said was veryyy low.

that true, i will worry til baby is born and then alllll the time for the rest of their lives!!

can see why my mam still worried bout me and i am 24!!

BabyMama2010 Oct 27th, 2010 05:50 AM

Someone kindly posted this info earlier...

At 6 weeks we can see the gestation sac and yolk in the womb. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 10%

At 7 weeks we can see a heartbeat. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 5%

At 8 weeks, if the heartbeat is present, your risk for miscarriage is now only 2%

At 10 weeks, if the heartbeat is present and the baby measures appropriately for your dates, the risk for miscarriage is now 1%

So I'd say you are pretty much in the clear!! xoxo

BabyBlondex Oct 27th, 2010 05:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BabyMama2010 (Post 7472144)
Someone kindly posted this info earlier...

At 6 weeks we can see the gestation sac and yolk in the womb. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 10%

At 7 weeks we can see a heartbeat. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 5%

At 8 weeks, if the heartbeat is present, your risk for miscarriage is now only 2%

At 10 weeks, if the heartbeat is present and the baby measures appropriately for your dates, the risk for miscarriage is now 1%

So I'd say you are pretty much in the clear!! xoxo

Ive been wanting to know this for a while :) I'm more at ease now, at 9 weeks the chances of mc are really low, obviously it can still happen, but its given me a peace of mind :) thank you x

Noodles Oct 27th, 2010 05:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BabyMama2010 (Post 7472144)
Someone kindly posted this info earlier...

At 6 weeks we can see the gestation sac and yolk in the womb. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 10%

At 7 weeks we can see a heartbeat. The risk for miscarriage at this stage is approximately 5%

At 8 weeks, if the heartbeat is present, your risk for miscarriage is now only 2%

At 10 weeks, if the heartbeat is present and the baby measures appropriately for your dates, the risk for miscarriage is now 1%

So I'd say you are pretty much in the clear!! xoxo


Oooh yeah that was me! I feel ever so helpful now!

Lauraaraa Oct 27th, 2010 08:44 AM

noodles you are always helpful

has put my mind at ease now

thankyou all!

where r these figures from. feel lots better now tbh

BlessedTwice Oct 27th, 2010 09:10 AM

I have been waiting and waiting to hit my 12 week mark! Since I have heard and read so much on that being when the risk of miscarriage really drops. :happydance:

Noodles Oct 27th, 2010 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Lauraaraa (Post 7474660)
noodles you are always helpful

has put my mind at ease now

thankyou all!

where r these figures from. feel lots better now tbh

Why thank you!

I got them when I had my scan at MUMS in Solihull. I had a scan there on Monday and it says on the bottom of the print out that 'These statistics are verified by the information on early scanning given out by the miscarriage assosication'.

BabyMama2010 Oct 28th, 2010 01:03 AM

Yeah thanks Noodles!!! xoxox


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