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justanothamotha Due January 20; 130 kids; Climax, Michigan 5120 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Hoping 4 a Miracle!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Two Princesses:</b>" How exciting! I am 27 weeks pregnant after ... [snip!] ... the main reason I lost my last and im staying on top of my prenatals and I feel better about this one so im praying it sticks"

Just so you know, the absolute most common reason for a single loss is a random chromosomal abnormality in either the egg or sperm. Although there are some things that can impact the risk of loss slightly, it is pretty improbable that ANYTHING you did had any effect on that hun. For real. I am sure you are going to do fine. Hang in there & know that once you see a HB on u/s your risk of loss drops to less than 5% & after 12 weeks it is even lower. I am sure you'll do great.

Two Princesses 2 kids; San Pedro, CA, United States 7197 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting justanothamotha:" Just so you know, the absolute most common reason for a single loss is a random chromosomal abnormality ... [snip!] ... you see a HB on u/s your risk of loss drops to less than 5% & after 12 weeks it is even lower. I am sure you'll do great."



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mommy to C, B and F 19 kids; 1 angel baby; Escondido, California 1175 posts
14th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting justanothamotha:</b>" Just so you know, the absolute most common reason for a single loss is a random chromosomal abnormality ... [snip!] ... you see a HB on u/s your risk of loss drops to less than 5% & after 12 weeks it is even lower. I am sure you'll do great."</blockquote>




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