Hi, so I will explain a bit about us... we are 29 years old. Went through IVF due to male factor. I have PCOS but doing IVF this doesn’t matter. We got 32 eggs out of our first round of IVF. 3 made it to day 5. Because I was so overstimulated we needed to have a little rest and had to wait for transfer so all embryos were frozen. We ended up getting pregnant which was a miracle. About 6 weeks ago I was told to go to hospital by my midwife due to test results not being great I had a very high level of protein in my urine, slightly elevated bp but nothing too bad. I was 22weeks. My bp was 194/104 and rising when I got into hospital. I didn’t really have any symptoms, I had just been to the movies and out for dinner, The doctors managed to get my bp down and I was put on Magnesium. 3 days later I had a scan and unfortunately not good news, my placenta had no fluid in it and was shutting down. Bubs only measured 360g from the scan. Doc pretty much said there was nothing they could do she wasn’t getting any nutrients from me. I would have to give birth pretty much but we could wait but they didn’t think this would make any difference. So we made the decision to give birth...which was pretty surreal! Was very hard knowing that I was giving birth to kill our little baby. We were advised that if she was 500g or more they would try and save her however this early on in the game only 50% survive and only 1/3 of those babies end up having no complications or developing issues. She ended up only being 400g so we didn’t really have a choice in the end (which I feel was a good thing). I would really like to know if there is anyone out there in the same boat as us... what was your outcome? I have been told that I could have an autoimmune disease which had popped up to greet us during this pregnancy as I was soo early being 22weeks and so severe, however I have heard that sometimes it can be just shit luck! Has anyone had pre-eclampsia this early?