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mishiclaus Mon 20-Dec-04 21:12:19

hi all
I never usually watch corrie but thought i would tonight as Dh was bthing ds....unfortunately i couldnt have picked a worse one to watch...i was told on thurs that my pip has no heartbeat and I am back in hospital tommorow to have a rescan and then possibly a d+c....this is my 3rd mc out of 4 pg and now im sititng here sobbing...dont know what possessed me to watch it but now im wishing i hadnt...sorry to moan..i do usually post on mn but on liverpool board and then various convos so i havent actually posted on mc and loss boards yet....huge hugs to all going thru this as its a nightmare
take care

mikeyjon Mon 20-Dec-04 21:49:53

i'm really sorry xxxx

virginbonkerz Mon 20-Dec-04 21:55:05

i watched too and wished i hadnt! how come they scanned her straight away? Bloody tv, had bleed on thursday night and i have to wait till wed to see if my bean is ok. Thats not a reflection of real life but still had a good cry and sobbed till my eyes were sore!

mishiclaus Mon 20-Dec-04 22:01:32

aww virgin
horrid isnt it..with my ds i bled at 7 wks and had to wait 4 days for scan..it was horrendous..luckily he is a lively 14mth old now hope everything is ok for you.....huge hugs to u hun

virginbonkerz Mon 20-Dec-04 22:04:14

am also sending you hugs mishiclaus. Have already had one m/c so know how awful you must be feeling. XXXXXXX

MINNIE1 Tue 21-Dec-04 14:08:07

I had a m/c back in June, When i went in with pain in my tummy (no bleeding) i was seen stright away.. I had a long wait till my scan but they gave me one and found no bean but had the sac... It is maddness to leave you waiting virginbonkerz for a scan, althouh the doc must be sure all is ok.. The scan should be stright away for you own peace of mind..

MINNIE1 Tue 21-Dec-04 14:09:26

mishiclaus,
{{{{{hugs}}}}} to you, I understand as i had a m/c in june..

NameChangingMancMidlander Tue 21-Dec-04 14:10:48

Oh mishi . I'm so very sorry, be kind to yourself.

hester Tue 21-Dec-04 14:12:56

Big hugs to everybody, and especially to you mischiclaus. It is SO tough, isn't it. Take care of yourselves over christmas. xxx

bundleofyulelogs Tue 21-Dec-04 14:14:30

it must be hard watching something like this when it affects you directly, so lots of hugs. (but i do think it's good to air such topics, esp as 1/4 pgs end in miscarriage, it might just help those not affected by it to be more sympathetic in future)

mishiclaus Tue 21-Dec-04 14:17:34

hi all
thanks for replies..i wasnt moaning about them covering the topic more that it was sods law that i choose to watch thet one..lol...went for my scan today and still no hb so booked in for 'evacuation surgery' next thurs
at least i am lucky enough to know that i can have a healthy bubs and its just more down to fate with me....take care all

bundleofyulelogs Tue 21-Dec-04 14:18:37

lots of love, michiclaus, x (will they do investigations now you've had 3??)

MariNativityPlay Tue 21-Dec-04 14:18:52

That's a perspective it's easy to forget Bundle. I still have a BIG problem even seeing Holby in passing because of its week-in, week-out, let's make popular entertainment out of pregnancy and birth trauma. I get red mist.
One does forget it might also be helping people understand these things...
Mishiclaus, Bonkerz, thinking of you both.

bundleofyulelogs Tue 21-Dec-04 14:20:50

marina, ikwym, esp as holby have been Getting It Wrong a lot lately... ie factually (I mean as well as just going for the grabby storylines instead of someone who has a happy ending..)

mishiclaus Tue 21-Dec-04 14:20:55

hi
they have said about the usual blood tests etc but again i think they r just saying fate and one of my mc was caused by an abusive ex..so not really nature....due to having my gorg ds there obviously isnt any major probs
take care

hester Tue 21-Dec-04 14:34:50

MNP - I so agree with you on Holby. Wouldn't mind so much if their storylines were realistic in any way. If, indeed, their idea of how a hospital works was realistic in any way.... It's sensationalist and scaremongering and miseducates far more than it promotes understanding.

Rant over. Mishi, I'm so sorry this is happening to you. I miscarried last month and you're right, it is a nightmare. I'll be thinking of you.

mishiclaus Wed 22-Dec-04 12:14:09

thanks hester
this board has been fab for support..hope u all have a lovely xmas

hester Wed 22-Dec-04 12:15:08

And you

gothicsanta Wed 22-Dec-04 12:48:12

hugs I m avoiding corrie at the mo as well as I can't cope with teh domestic violence storyline - i hope you get lots of support and help hugs again

Spacecadetiscomingtotown Tue 28-Dec-04 18:34:27

Hugs to everyone , I cried at the corrie storyline as I have had 2 misscarriages and a still birth, I was scanned with one of them to be told my baby had died and had to have a d and c and with the other was told my uterus was empty, therefore I had misscarried.I knew with the first one as my preg symptons stopped, the sonographer was very kind and turned the screen towards me and showed me my baby and kindly told me there was no heartbeat.My first child was stillborn at 26 weeks and I still havent got over it, I do howevr have 4 healthy children now and count my blessings every day.

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