I am sorry to anyone who has lost a child/children during pregnancy but ever since I was told at my first ultrasound that I may lose one of my twins this question has been on my mind. I was wondering if anyone who has had a miscarriage if there was any kind of signs like baby development was not on track, one twin was smaller then the other or anything else to watch out for.
i had no warrning when i lost my baby it just happened im sorry i know thats not really helpful but i had a friend who was preggers with twins and one died and the other one went on to be a healthy baby boy he is now 4 and she says every day she is thankful she at least got to have him
I lost a singleton, no signs at all, one day baby was fine next it was dead, just one of those things.
To make you feel better though, my twin pregnancy was high risk, i was told it was unlikely they would servived, i became really ill at one point and had surgery (non pregnancy related) at 17 weeks and then was told it was 50/50 if i would get to 24 weeks.
I got to 38 weeks when i had an elective section as both were breach, all was/is well! they had major issues, one had strep b from my waters leaking (hospital wouldnt listen to me and insisted i didnt need anti-biotics) and the other twin had a rare cord issue which he is very lukcy to have survived the pregnancy and lucky we had a section as otherwise he wouldnt have survived the birth!
Both perfectly happy and healthy.
There is no rtheym or reason most of the time, the odds were against me and i have two very healthy babies, pregnancy before odds were with me, no signs or reasons for it.
I know its hard hun, I didnt enjoy my pregnancy and couldnt except all would be well until they were in my arms, so i know how it is, very not to stress and worry though, keep yourself distracted if you can and good luck x
I had 2 losses (both singletons) and the main thing I noticed was a rapid decline in symptoms. I carried both my twins to term although we had TTTS and were given pretty slim odds, so don't always believe what the Dr tells you.
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