miscarriage @ 14 weeks?

(5 Posts)
marieelove Sun 25-Aug-13 07:11:55

hi ladies im new on here and just looking for some tlc :/ my hubby doesnt want to talk about it muchh and i just cant face any of my friends right now . im 14 weeks 3 days and am going to miscarry i went to a&e and was offered a d&c and decided to try and do this on my own in the privacy of my own home..the doctors dont know what went wrong and it makes me so sad that at my 10 week apt our little munchkin was very active and had a strong heartbeat </3 this is still so hard for me as ive had 4 miscarriages . i need some advice ladies what could i expect so far ive had cramping and my tummy feels very tight around my uterus , bleeding, and passing some clots about the size of a golf ball maybe a little smaller. my cervix hurts also is that because i may be fully dialated or what ive never miscarried this far along :/ thank you all for your support

NutcrackerFairy Tue 24-Sep-13 07:44:28

Hi, I just found your post... I don't have any advice as I had an ERPC after my mc... and I realise that you wrote this a month ago now...

Just wondering how you are and whether you might want to talk about it? If you'd rather not that's okay too.

Oh, and I also just wanted to add that if you haven't already done so, it might be helpful to make contact with the Miscarriage Association for advice and support. I rang them yesterday and found the lady I spoke to so sensitive and understanding.

Hugs x

Bakingtins Tue 24-Sep-13 07:49:43

Marie I'm so sorry you lost your baby, and I feel sad for you that your post was missed and you didn't get our support at the time. I hope you are coping ok.

AngryBeaver Tue 24-Sep-13 08:12:58

Oh gosh, awful that your post was missed, sweetie.
I hope you are alright and have lots of rl support.
Xx

TaytoCrisp Fri 27-Sep-13 01:03:06

So sorry I didn't see this post either. How awful for you to have a mc at 14 wks after 4 previous mcs... Really hope you are ok, though imagine you must still feel very sad. Big hug to u marie. Xxxx

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