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... I have personally had a late miscarriage at 17 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... i hope that there is some other reason for the bleeding. ... (9 replies)

... The difference between a miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth is the length of the pregnancy and condition of the baby. ... (5 replies)
... There's nothing really new to post. Things are still going the same as the last one. I think all my worrying about waiting is mostly because of the fear of the pain. I realized that today because everytime I thought about it, the pain is what seems to scare me the most. ... (19 replies)
... Hey, I had a miscarriage at 17 weeks, just 2 weeks ago this friday, & i also had no pain, cramps or bleeding. Just minor spotting at 6 wks & 8 wks which was put down to implantation bleeding!!! The first i knew of any problem with my preganancy was when my waters broke during the early hours of the morning (but still no accompanying pain) and at this stage i thought i... (6 replies)
... the shot to take any effect. He sent me home with some more painkillers to take every 4 hrs.. I slept on and off and the cramps stopped.. NOBODY told me that a miscarriage could or would be like this. ... (5 replies)
... Labor is just regular contractions that dilate the cervix. ... (20 replies)
... gain the next year and now have a healthy 5 month old son. I am so sorry for your loss and I know everything you must be feeling. Loosing a baby that far along is not like having a miscarriage early on. Having to actually give birth to a dead baby is the worst most tragic thing in the world. ... (33 replies)
Miscarriage
May 9, 2010
... In the next week, I had spotted lightly and had some cramping. I called my midwife who told me that it was normal, and that if things got heavier or more painful to call her. ... (1 replies)
... Ultrasounds are not always supper accurate and maybe they got their measurements off. ... (4 replies)
... My point is, although the pain you both now feel is unbearable, try to see through it to the time when you both WILL be successful. You will make it there one day. ... (7 replies)
... MissKitty, I am so sorry to hear this. A miscarriage is a most painful thing to bear. ... (13 replies)
... You know, I want to say how impressive and sweet it is that you have written to each and everyone of us who have responded to you. Thank you for that, it mde me feel good. ... (25 replies)
... lasting painful cramps, huge blood clots, pass tissue, etc. If I had any bloodclots they were very very small, maybe the size of a peppercorn or something. Nothing large. ... (6 replies)
... c. Always double check with a DR. ... (4 replies)
... Bear with me, this is kind of long... ... (1 replies)
Still no answers
Jan 7, 2006
... So much has been going on for you! Just as a side...I would definitely request having your thyroid antibody levels checked. It is not a test that is routinely done but it's imperative for a proper diagnosis. Make sure both your TPO and Tg antibodies are tested. ... (5 replies)
... When does getting over a miscarriage get easier? ... (6 replies)




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