3 miscarriages before 6 weeks since xmas

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  1. kezovwigan26

    kezovwigan26 Well-Known Member

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    hi we decided to start tryin for a baby a few months ago i got my first positive test the second month of tryin then 5 days later i miscarried.it took about 6 weeks to get my period then i got another positive pregnancy test when i was a day or 2 late ..i miscarried a week later.AGain i waited to get my next period and tried again , i got my positive test on tuesday last week it was very dark. i decided to test again on thurs and the line was fainter i started to get worried and did another test sat and sun and they was very faint i knew what was happening again :nope:i was so upset and i have started bleeding heavily this morning. do you think i need to see my dr now? people keep telling me these are chemical pregnancy and if i didnt keep testing so early i would just think i was late coming on my period :cry: im really worrying now thinkin there maybe something wrong with me .i already have 3 children but this would be mine and my bfs first baby x
     
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    I know how you feel. I've had 2 chems this year and possibly a 3rd right now -- got 2 definite lines in a row on 2 FRERs this morning, but they're still very faint, so I can't completely rule out wicked evaps.

    Anyway, don't listen to these people. 1 chemical is normal, 2 could be very bad luck, but the chances of getting 3 chemicals through "bad luck" are tiny. 20% of pregnancies are chemical, so 20%*20%*20% = less than 1%. So if you've had 3 chems in a row it's likely there's an issue -- go to the doctor!

    You should qualify for and ask for recurrent pregnancy loss testing by now, which most insurance covers. I'm going to go down that route myself.

    Sigh -- see, I'm already assuming that I'll be having another chem. I am even going to put $200 non-refundable on a scuba class for next month today, I'm that confident.
     
  3. kezovwigan26

    kezovwigan26 Well-Known Member

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    thankyou for your reply:flower: its awful isnt it im scared of trying again as the disappointed is hard. ive made an appointment at my drs for weds so will keep u posted ,i really hope this is your month hun and not another chemical pregnancy fingers crossed for u xxx
     
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    c.m.c 3 daughters 🌸🌸🌸

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    Hi I'm so sorry for your losses.... This happened to a friend of mine and the Dr suggested waiting 2 full cycles or else 3 months before trying again.....I don't know if that helps..... Have you asked your GP for a referral to a specialist ?
     
  5. BaniVani

    BaniVani New Mom

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    Hello, I just read your message. Sorry to hear you're having a difficult time. I miscarried back in February too.

    My sister-in-law who also has three children, miscarried three times but is now enjoying her 4 month-old baby :) I hope the same happens to you. Keep us posted honey!
     
  6. cruise

    cruise Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! Your children are beautiful.

    I try and take gratitude in our ability to conceive easily and get many BFPs.

    Here is a blog which will help you out, she has lots of good links, there apparently are other women out there who can conceive easily but not carry: https://recurrentearlymiscarriage.wordpress.com/2010/09/
     
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    Sorry for your losses. I am n exactly the same position as you since we started tring for our 3rd in December. 3 chemical pregnancies, a 6 week period and now waiting to see if it sticks again. I visited my doctor or started looking into whether I have an illness, he tested for diabetes, thyroid and my protein reactive c for signs of infection. Good,news or bad news for me is all my tests have come back clear. I am going next Friday for a pelvic scan, don't suppose they will find anything there either. I have started taking a multi vitamin to boost my b vitamins but really do to kow what to do. I only ovulated yesterday it already have the dark feeling that this time won't stick either. I know I should be content with my two boys but it doesn't stop my maternal need inside.
     
  8. kezovwigan26

    kezovwigan26 Well-Known Member

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    thankyou so much for all your replys ive been to my dr this morning and hes referred me to a gyneacoligist at the hospital next wednesday.. Butterfly ..so sorry to hear you are going through the same thing and i really hope things go ok for you this time:flower::flower:. xxx
     
  9. amytrisha

    amytrisha Mother of boys.

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    So sorry this is happening :( ignore other people, they can be so insensitive! If you wouldn't have tested early then you wouldn't know what was going on with your body so technically it's a 'good' thing that you did.. I'm glad your doctor has referred you, hope you get some answers and your forever baby soon!! :hugs:

    On a plus note your LOs are adorable, andd yay to being from Wigan - I'm down the road in Bolton :haha: :thumbup: xx
     
  10. ShanesMama

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    Just wanted to add I am in the same boat... had a m/c at 10 weeks, then 3 chemicals followed. I just took a test today at 8dpo and ita positive! I am very cautiously excited...
     
  11. ItsAWonder

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    I had a chemical in early April and got pregnant again 10 days later. That turned out to be a missed miscarriage - I found out at 8 weeks. My doc considers the chemical to be a miscarriage as well. An egg fertilized and something went wrong. However, he also told me that there is no harm in getting pregnant immediately after a chemical. As implantation was not complete, there is no way that it hurt the uterus enough to affect the next pregnancy. After my mmc I did wait for two AFs and am ttc this cycle. Ovulating today actually.

    I am glad you are seeing a doc. Hopefully it's just a fluke and you will be fine with the next one!
     
  12. Minnie Mummy

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    I have had lots of early m/c's also. My recommendation would be to start taking aspirin as soon as you get your next BFP.
    I would also go to your Dr and the can do some blood tests for you to check everything.
    Good luck!
     

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