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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 07:44 AM   51
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thank you girls, yellowyamyam my waters went and i rushed up to the loo and then felt soemthing come out so stood up and saw my baby hanging between my legs, this was the point i cried for DH and pretty much just stood there whimpering while he was on the phone to the ambulance. i managed to sit down on the floor while holding the baby so i didn;t sit on it. and like you i will forever have the image of this tiny little baby laying on the floor between my legs looking up at me with is mouth open. DH never saw it properly, he saw something but not enough to see that it was a proper perfectly formed baby, just tiny. i sometimes wish i hadn't looked down there to see it, that the not knowing would be easier to deal with than instead having this image haunt me.
My immediate reaction in the scan room was that i didn;t want to ttc again, but then walking back to the car after i said to dh that it is too soon to make a decision and we should wait and see what if anything the chromosone analysis comes back with first before making a decision.
the reason for ttc after having Ailsa was because the age gap between Wil and Ailsa is 5.5 years they will really be like 2 only children, Wil will be off out with his friends soon enough leaving Ailsa home alone and we do suffer wiith Wil acting like a spoilt only child at times and we didn;t want that with Ailsa, we wanted her to have a sibling close to her age to play with and grow up with and we'd agreed when she was 6 months old that we'd try for another but if we hadn't managed it by the time dh is 40 then he would have the snip, that would make the age gap between Ailsa and the potential sibling a max of 3 years, DH is 39 on Monday so if we do decide to ttc it only gives us a year.
Oh I don't know I think i'm just rambling on and not really making any sense!



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 08:57 AM   52
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My BFP


So yes, I am pregnant. Just informed the GP about this yesterday. Honestly, I've not decided if I want to be happy about this just yet... I am more nervous and scared than happy. I did not have AF after my miscarriage and the GP said "oh dear, we wouldn't know how far long are you!"

New motto - one day at a time.



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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 09:34 AM   53
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congrats hun and yes def one day at a time!



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 10:57 AM   54
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Oh yellow, congratulations! A rainbow baby for our group, how wonderful xx



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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 12:24 PM   55
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WILSMUM - you are more than welcome to join us, so sorry it has to be under such sad circumstances.

I will quickly tell you my story:-

NOV 2001 - age 30 - little boy born
NOV 2004 - age 33 - little girl born
JUL 2009 - age 37 - MMC at 8 weeks gestation
MAY 2010 - age 38 - Little boy born

OCT 2011 - age 40 - PG by accident. DH 42 - Nuchal scan on 8th dec at 12-13 weeks showed all was well with low risk for DS.

JAN 9 2012 - Routine check up at hospital at diabetes clinic(gestational) - 17 weeks PG - midwife couldn`t find HB with doppler - scan showed baby died 13-14 weeks.

JAN 12 2012 - Gave birth to LO in hospital.

We chose not to have PM or find baby`s sex - baby cremated Jan 23 2012.

It`s only been 9 weeks since we lost our LO - it was like a living nightmare to begin with. Things have gradually got better, but every now and again I have a meltdown

I want to TTC asap but DH is not sure, he is worried about things going wrong again, so at the moment i am in total limbo, which doesn`t help at all - especially as the clock is ticking as I will be 41 in august.

I think that is a good motto - `one day at a time`

YELLOW - congrats - it will be a very worrying time for you, i know, I`ve been there, but as `our` motto says - one day at a time.

one rainbow baby - let`s hope we can have some more.



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 12:27 PM   56
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WILSMUM - you are more than welcome to join us, so sorry it has to be under such sad circumstances.

I will quickly tell you my story:-

NOV 2001 - age 30 - little boy born
NOV 2004 - age 33 - little girl born
JUL 2009 - age 37 - MMC at 8 weeks gestation
MAY 2010 - age 38 - Little boy born

OCT 2011 - age 40 - PG by accident. DH 42 - Nuchal scan on 8th dec at 12-13 weeks showed all was well with low risk for DS.

JAN 9 2012 - Routine check up at hospital at diabetes clinic(gestational) - 17 weeks PG - midwife couldn`t find HB with doppler - scan showed baby died 13-14 weeks.

JAN 12 2012 - Gave birth to LO in hospital.

We chose not to have PM or find baby`s sex - baby cremated Jan 23 2012.

It`s only been 9 weeks since we lost our LO - it was like a living nightmare to begin with. Things have gradually got better, but every now and again I have a meltdown

I want to TTC asap but DH is not sure, he is worried about things going wrong again, so at the moment i am in total limbo, which doesn`t help at all - especially as the clock is ticking as I will be 41 in august.

I think that is a good motto - `one day at a time`

YELLOW - congrats - it will be a very worrying time for you, i know, I`ve been there, but as `our` motto says - one day at a time.

one rainbow baby - let`s hope we can have some more.
Ooh, shall we make that our 'group moto'? If you don't mind yellow? Yes, I really really hope we all stick together untill we get our rainbows xx



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Old Mar 14th, 2012, 14:51 PM   57
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One day at a time


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Old Mar 15th, 2012, 04:13 AM   58
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Sounds good to me.

`One day at a time`



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2012, 04:53 AM   59
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And positivity! We all know what dark days are like, we will always try to help one another xx



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hi girlscan i just ask how long it took for yr bleeding to stop after? i seemto have pretty much stopped bleeding now and its only been 5 days but also today i'm feeling a bit crampy (on and off) lightheaded/dizzy and a bit sicky? I didn;tknow if this was "normal"



 
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