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anyone had miscarriages before and between children?

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rileyjdw Mon 12-Oct-09 22:29:08

trawled through all the threads to see if anyone out there been through miscarriages and successful pregnancies in between - not sure how I feel about trying again as had third mc in may and one before and between my two lovely boys - anyone any advice hmm?

hairymelons Mon 12-Oct-09 22:33:32

Sorry, no advice but my cousin's wife had 2 miscarriages before first child and 1 inbetween first and second. You're probably already familiar but she swears she couldn't have coped without support from the miscarriage association

goingtohaveagoodnightssleep Mon 12-Oct-09 22:34:45

I'm sorry to hear you have had miscarriages.

My first pregancy ended in mc at 20 weeks, then I had two daughters nealry three years apart. Then I had a mc at 16 weeks, got pregnant very soon after and have got a ds.

Only you can decide if you want to try again. I know I personally won't be trying for anymore as I feel so very lucky to have the three I have and I also always wanted three.

Good luck.

aWitchForLifeNotJustHalloween Mon 12-Oct-09 22:34:53

yes - had 3 mc's each time - before ds1, ds2 - and also lost his twin - and before dd

YouLukaAmazing Mon 12-Oct-09 22:42:52

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hairyclaireyfairy Mon 12-Oct-09 23:35:31

2 pregnancies then two miscarriages, pregnant again now, only 8 weeks so still playing the waiting game.
I wish you the best of luck in whatever you decide to do xx

jellybeans Mon 12-Oct-09 23:49:51

yes I had a m/c with 1st pg and then 2 DDs then lost DD at 23 wks, then had DSs followed by a m/c at 20 wks, another early m/c and then DS, so I very luckily have 5 DC. I was given a 50% risk of m/c and stillbirth with each pg but I have blood clotting issues which I only found out after 3rd m/c. I was so scared it was untrue but very worth it to have my DC.

cat64 Tue 13-Oct-09 00:40:04

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whomovedmychocolate Tue 13-Oct-09 06:20:22

Me too. Miscarriage before DD, DD, MC, DS.

Sorry you are going through this. We have a friend who had a DS, then six miscarriages (some quite late) before going onto have a very healthy DS2. Who is almost one.

Duritzfan Wed 14-Oct-09 17:20:34

and me ..

3 mc then ds then 4 mc then dd then 2 more mc and still hoping and trying ... although its beginning to look as though I just got lucky in not losing the two children I do have ..

ScaryFucker Wed 14-Oct-09 17:23:10

2 mc's before I had my children

HeadFairy Wed 14-Oct-09 17:25:48

I had two mcs between ds and dd (due in December) and trying again was for me the best way to get over it. I was pg again (and viable) by the time I passed my first due date, I hadn't even realised I'd passed the date until a week later. It was very important for my healing process.

HappyBump Wed 14-Oct-09 17:49:06

My situation is similar to yours I had a mc Jan 2007 at 8 weeks, DS Dec 2007.
MMC March 2009 at 13 weeks, and I am currently 25 weeks pregnant with another DS.

Like HeadFairy I've been fortunate to be pregnant when my MC due dates passed. I did have a little think and cry both times as the due dates approached, but it has helped me and I feel very fortunate that I am pregnant again.

If this pregnancy is successful I am not sure how or if we are going to approach having a third (plus I am getting on a bit). I find the emotional pain of MC and the first 12+ weeks of the pregnancy very wearing. This time round I have felt more relaxed after the 20 week scan.

rileyjdw Sat 17-Oct-09 21:58:55

Thanks so much for all of this - felt like I was the only one anywhere to be going through this and lots of friends having babies at the minute so makes it all a bit harder even though last one and one between my boys were very early - I contacted miscarriage association after first one and found them very useful - also ordered few books about it online and not sure whether helped or not, really does help to know that other people out there have similar experiences. Thanks again.smile

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