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TTC After M/C
Are you trying to conceive after one or more miscarriages? How long did you (or will you) wait until TTC again? Who or what has been helpful to you during your difficult time: faith, the support of your partner/friends/families (or did you find them unable to relate?), others who you now found out also m/c'd...

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2 miscarriages, and TTC. WORRIED THOUGH.

Posted by: mommie2TwinAngelBabies on Sun Mar 14, 2010

I miscarried for the first time at 17. (Twins) I found out when i was about 5 weeks pregnant. (Just a hpt) I got all the symptoms and they continued through out my pregnancy. ( Morning sickness, ect.) When i was 3 and a half months pregnant I had brown discharge. Went to the ER and after 7 hours of test, they FINALLY did an Ultra sound. Only to find out, there wasnt a heartbeat. I had actually lost the babys at 5 or 6 weeks and the sac grew to the size of a 3 and a half month sac. (My body wouldnt process the miscarriage) I then had to have a D&C.

My second pregnancy was 8 months later. It ended around 7 weeks, and I miscarried naturally. It was a blighted ovum. My DR said that i was probably because the egg attached itself to a thin part of my uterus that didnt heal all the way from the D&C.

My husband and I are trying again. But im worried that its going to happen all over again. Im worried that the DR who did my D&C messed it up some how and I'll never beable to carry a child to term.

Has anyone else experienced this? Have you had a miscarriage after a D&C and later on gotten pregnant?

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