Hi, I am sorry for yr losses. I think there is no need to panic, as even after experiencing two miscarriages, yr chances of having a miscarriage a third time aren't much higher than if y never had one. After three consecutive pregnancy losses, you would be wise to have a complete medical evaluation to see if there are any underlying medical reasons that increase your chances of having a miscarriage. During the first trimester, the most common cause of miscarriage is chromosomal abnormality that can be detected by PGS NGS diagnosis
DH is 31 and I am 30. We are trying (desperately) to conceive our first baby.
We tried for 3 months, got pregnant, and MC'd at 4w3d.
Tried again for 6 months, got pregnant and I just found out on Friday that at 8w1d there wasn't even anything in the gestational sac. I'm assuming blighted ovum but still have to officially meet with my doctor on Monday. Now I'm waiting to miscarry.
I know there are stories of women who have had 2 MCs, then finally had their healthy rainbow (and I would love to hear more of those!) but I am just having such a hard time with this. Part of me wants to give up, even though I really do want a family.
We just moved into a brand new home that we were building with the hopes of filling it with a small family, and now I just so feel so empty and broken. Not sure what else to say other than the fact that I'd love any form of support or advice on how to get through the next little while.
I haven't been active here since i got mu BFP just a day or two after you got your last BFP. I was reading through the bfp symptoms by dpo when i stumbled upon yours and read that you have miscarried. I am really sorry for your loss.
I miscarried as well, at 11 weeks, baby stopped growing at end of 6weeks.
Please don't give up, I am sure you wil sooner or later hold your rainbow baby in your arms and you'll be the happiest person on Earth and he/she will be perfect! But for this to happen you need to keep on trying. I know people are different and some need more time to cope with the loss than other
PS me and my boyfriend also moved in into our new home, we just bought our first house together. I understand how stressful it is to see your dreams collapsing when all was just so idyllic and perfect
I am going through my third loss in a row, no children yet so far, that is why I joined this website to get support. Tonight is a hard night and these stories give me hope, thank you ladies for taking the time to post.
LuBru - I started a thread for those of us ttc #1 after loss. Most of us girls who started out there on the thread are now expecting, but there are a few left. Trying just went through her 4th loss, and Bronte is just starting her second IVF cycle after they failed to get any viable embryos from the first. They are both a wonderful source of support, and I'm sure they'd love your support as well. Those of us now expecting are still around too but more in the background. We all remember exactly what it felt like as though it was yesterday, and are still there cheering everyone on. Sending love and healing your way .
I'm so sorry I know how you feel. We have our one daughter but I desperately want her to have a couple of siblings and we just lost two in a row as well.
I ended up venting about this loss on Facebook and from there, found several friends who I didn't know had had miscarriages actually had them. A couple have had several and have a couple of healthy children. I know of at least two friends who had 2 or more before their first child. They have 2 and 3 kids now. When I feel down and feel like we'll never have another, I think of all of the people I know who have gone through the same thing and I feel some hope. I hope you will as well.
Odds are, the next one will work. I'm rooting for ya! Don't give up yet.
LuBru I am sorry to read yr story. I think it's time to check in with yr doc, as you have experienced 3 consecutive mcs. I would recommend asking yr doc to dig deeper to find out reasons why you can't conceive. Or even I would advise to combine yr treatment with pgs ngs diagnosis, if genetics is the issue to maximize yr chances of getting a problem-free pregnancy Good luck x
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