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Re: Hello

Postby felizefun » 07 May 2016, 07:01

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Re: Hello

Postby shawnhansen678 » 08 May 2016, 13:54

Wow Excellent and Congratulation!!
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Re: Hello

Postby Marrow » 08 May 2016, 14:25

I'm leaving that comment to stand as a monument to inappropriateness :D
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Re: Hello

Postby LucyLastic » 08 May 2016, 17:10

Jeez, spamtastic. Khtf.
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Re: Hello

Postby junglewonderland » 09 May 2016, 05:59

(((Hidee))) I hope your day with DH and DC was lovely and just the distraction you needed.
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Re: Hello

Postby Hidee » 09 May 2016, 07:32

Is it possible to have a good miscarriage?

- started Friday evening, no worse than a heavy period (which, given that I usually get away with panty liners, isn't very heavy). Now pretty much finished. The only things I've bailed out of are swimming on Saturday and church on Sunday.
- for the working week, I've got my mojo back - the lethargy, nausea etc have all gone. Though that might just be the caffeine!
- finding out at my scan meant we had planned childcare for the hospital bit - no mad rush to EPU. I was prepared for it.
- we started TTC less than three months ago (3 months to the day to LMP, and it was about 2 weeks after that). I'm optimistic of getting pg again within a few cycles - lifetime record is two from three, so good odds.

One thing annoys me: by the time I started to feel rough (albeit not very rough), this was already not viable. That was a bit of a waste of time :D

Oh, and I was crazy hormone lady yesterday, but DH was around to look after DC so I got to rage at things (mainly ivy) on my own. Yay!

Onwards and upwards.
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Re: Hello

Postby Lily » 09 May 2016, 08:53

Good to hear this Hidee. Very best of luck for next time. I would tell you what the midwife told my mum - "I wish you twins next time lovey" - but I'm not sure you'd appreciate that!
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Re: Hello

Postby EnigmaFish » 09 May 2016, 23:16

Glad to hear it's working out reasonably well, but take care of yourself all the same.
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Re: Hello

Postby Kitcameron » 10 May 2016, 06:47

((())) glad to hear you sounding ok about it. What EF said though.
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Re: Hello

Postby sabrina fair » 10 May 2016, 21:04

I look back on my pre-monkeyboy miscarriage now with sadness but little pain. Those around me, from DH to the wonderful NHS staff to my boss, were kind and understanding, and it happened in a non-medical way which - for me - felt more bearable. If that pregnancy had continued, monkeyboy would never have been born. So, yes, I'd agree that there can be such a thing as a 'good' miscarriage. I'm glad it's been bearable so far. But be gentle with yourself - hormones and grief can throw you curve balls.
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Re: Hello

Postby mindy » 10 May 2016, 22:38

I'm sorry and sad for you, be gentle to yourself- and lovely to feel so positive about the future. I've been there twice myself, but now have 3 amazing children. We all understand, and send love x
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