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Will867 Sun 04-Oct-20 20:10:50

So I’m here again and devastated. In May I had my first mmc and now I’m in the middle of my 2nd miscarriage at what would have been 7 weeks. I was always so worried I wouldn’t get pregnant in the first place but it seems I get pregnant quickly keeping them is what I struggle with. Is there anyone that has gone on to have little ones after 2 or more? I’m scared for the future now that I may not be able to have a baby. Even my other half is having his doubts that it will happen and he’s been the optimistic one of us and that scares me the most. I’m not sure if there’s something wrong with me and my eggs that’s causing the losses. I think I need to take a break from trying again until next year as it’s taken a toll on my mental health but I’m just so scared that if I don’t try again soon it’ll get harder (I’m 35) and I’ll lose my chance. All these fears have just gotten bigger now

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sooveritalready Mon 05-Oct-20 10:21:46

So sorry OP, I had 2 mc and then a successful pregnancy. I hope that gives you hope. I'm so sorry you're going through this, i completely understand how upsetting it is for you.thanks

Will867 Mon 05-Oct-20 20:22:24

Thank you, reading stories of ladies that have gone on to have a successful pregnancy does help I know a few people that have had two and gone on to have one. I’m just really worried as both mine were just a sac seen at scan I don’t seem to be able to even form a baby at any point and I’m don’t know if it’s because my eggs are bad

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EriAndo Mon 12-Oct-20 09:03:01

I’m sorry you’re going through this. I have similar thoughts too as I’m now 39 and had 3 mc (one at 20 wks). I have PCOS though so difficult to conceive and I’ve been in therapy to try and deal with it. It’s a tough part of life for some of us I’m afraid.
I would take a year out to deal with your mental health, talk to friends and family about how you feel and speak to your GP or local wellbeing clinic for help.
Next year, see the GP about getting some fertility tests (to check if all is as it should be).
Then go from there.
It’s a long and difficult process but you WILL be ok. X

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