Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby RedRum » 09 Feb 2012, 08:21

(((((((WR)))))) I'm coming late to this but I'm so sorry. Wish I could give you a real hug xxxx
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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby KateGladTidings » 09 Feb 2012, 08:22

(((((((Wr))))))) thinking of you here too. Don't be afraid to have a good cry - you need to be able to grieve for what you've lost. I know it's probably not much comfort, but there are people on here who've had recurrent mcs and gone on to have healthy babies. So don't give up xxx
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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby catkin » 09 Feb 2012, 08:37

{{{{WR}}}} I'm so sorry to hear this news. Take care of yourselves.
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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby TravellingMum » 09 Feb 2012, 09:01

So sorry to read this news. ((((()))))
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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby Singale » 09 Feb 2012, 09:15

{{{ WR }}} so sorry to hear this. I've been lurking & quietly sending positive vibes your way.
Your story reminded me of what happened to my sister so I kept quiet & hoping that yours would survive. Sadly not.
Please be kind to yourself.
My sister did lose the baby she had when she fell in the first trimester. But within a few months she was then pg with my nephew & he's now a fine 6 yrs old who's clearly the pride & joy of my mum & dad. Then my sister went on to have another baby, a spirited young girl who's now almost 3.
So more {{{}}} & hope that you'll recover soon & have a happy & healthy newborn before you know it. X!
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Re: Fall in first trimester

Postby welshrarebit » 09 Feb 2012, 10:22

Hi Singale, the title of this thread is somewhat misleading now I guess. I had a missed miscarriage, nothing to do with my fall. I'll try and edit the original post so anyone in the future who is unfortunate enough to suffer a fall in pregnancy doesn't happen upon it and think my loss was a direct result of a fall.

The scan I had yesterday showed that the baby stopped developing about a week and a half ago, so that predates my fall. The miscarriage had already happened it's just my rubbish old body seems to take a while to catch up with reality and process things.

Thanks for posting though, and sorry to hear what happened to your sister. I'm glad that she now has two healthy children though.
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby AB&M » 09 Feb 2012, 10:30

(((wr))) most of my m/cs were missed ones. Take care of yourself.
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby TwinklinGDecorations » 09 Feb 2012, 11:23

(((WR)))) So sorry to read this. More ((((((())))))
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby jvnt » 09 Feb 2012, 12:06

I'm so sorry (((wr))
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby Disco » 09 Feb 2012, 14:52

(((WR))) I'm so sorry to read this. Take care of yourself.
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby Efficient_Edna » 09 Feb 2012, 14:59

Oh my goodness, only heard about this because of your courageous post on FB. Just wanted to come on here and add my condolences and (((hugs))).

I don't think anybody can understand what it's like to lose a much-wanted pregnancy unless you have experienced it. Your heart and mind will be full of very dark places right now, but I hope that you can believe that there will be a light at the end of the tunnel eventually.

If you really want another child and you believe you are strong enough to keep trying, the chances of you not succeeding are really VERY small indeed. I don't know if that helps at all, but it is something that would have helped (and did help) me when I was in the depths of an inner turmoil about never having a succesful pregnancy.

Be strong. Take it one day at a time. Hold your daughter tightly and know that others are thinking of you.

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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby Where'stheMistletoe » 09 Feb 2012, 16:56

((WR)) So sorry x
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby A_W » 09 Feb 2012, 17:26

WR: I'm so sorry for you. I've had 2 m/c's and the first one (my first ever pg) was a missed one that I found out at my 12 week scan - had ended at 8.5 weeks but nothing happened. I hope you can get lots of hugs and support for all you're going through. Crying myself to sleep was the way I ended many days for a while. And keeping myself busy. Take lots of care of yourself x

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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby messtins » 09 Feb 2012, 19:51

((WR)) so sorry to hear that. I've experienced a MMC, it made me feel life was unfair for a long time. Thinking of you. Jen x
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Re: Worried about miscarrying (thread title edited)

Postby madcatmummy » 10 Feb 2012, 10:06

So sorry to hear your news. ((((((Hugs))))))

Take time to grieve and then you can be strong again when you're ready.
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