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nursemaya mom to 3! 3 kids; 5 angel babies; Minnesota 16002 posts
7th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" It is! I had been bleeding for a little over a week (I was 17) and had missed school. Went to see my ... [snip!] ... my pad, passed a huge clot, which I had never done before, and couldn't get up I was bleeding so much. Hugs to you as well!"</blockquote>




Same here. I bled for many days before I passed the tissue. I got an ultrasound that showed the baby on the cervix and funneling. Op should test and talk to her doctor to ensure everything is ok

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 19809 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting nursemaya (27weeks):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" It is! I had been bleeding for a little ... [snip!] ... ultrasound that showed the baby on the cervix and funneling. Op should test and talk to her doctor to ensure everything is ok"


My doctor wouldn't do another ultrasound :roll: He just kept telling me 50% of women that bleed in early pregnancy miscarry and there was nothing he could do. I was 17 and my mom just went with what he said. He would take my blood a lot and that was it, and I didn't find out about being rh- until the night of my miscarriage.

nursemaya mom to 3! 3 kids; 5 angel babies; Minnesota 16002 posts
7th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" My doctor wouldn't do another ultrasound :roll: He just kept telling me 50% of women that bleed in early ... [snip!] ... he said. He would take my blood a lot and that was it, and I didn't find out about being rh- until the night of my miscarriage."</blockquote>



That sucks that he didn't do an ultrasound. I found it helpful to see that ultrasound for closure

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting nursemaya (27weeks):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" My doctor wouldn't do another ultrasound ... [snip!] ... That sucks that he didn't do an ultrasound. I found it helpful to see that ultrasound for closure"


I never had ultrasounds with any of my losses. They were pretty early, though.

user banned Due January 20; 33 kids; North Carolina 14662 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting Squeaky McGee [32 wks]:" I never had ultrasounds with any of my losses. They were pretty early, though."


I had an ultrasound for both of mine. First was 6 weeks, second was 9 weeks. And I went in for a blood draw every 2-3 days for about 2 weeks

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting Pirate Hooker {BAMW}:" I had an ultrasound for both of mine. First was 6 weeks, second was 9 weeks. And I went in for a blood draw every 2-3 days for about 2 weeks"


My OB didn't do any of that. I had a follow-up blood draw with my first miscarriage (6 weeks), but that's it.

Kitten Power TTC since Aug 2011; 48 kids; Japan 1053 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting DifferentDay:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kitten Power:</b>" just for the record if you actually read ... [snip!] ... advise on what it was..."</blockquote> No need to get snippy. I did say "how did ur BF get at 12 wks?" So chill."


oh.., he's been counting the months i've been feeling crappy whilst, i've just been doing my normal every month cycle

Kitten Power TTC since Aug 2011; 48 kids; Japan 1053 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting Squeaky McGee [32 wks]:" Have you talked to a doctor about why you keep having miscarriages? They may be able to do something ... [snip!] ... I got pregnant with this one, they put me on progesterone suppositories and Lovenox (blood thinner) injections. I'm 32 weeks."


ah yeah, when i got to my 4th MC they ran some tests and told me everything is normal, but my partner hasn't had his sperm tested cause he wants me to go with him help ejaculate

nursemaya mom to 3! 3 kids; 5 angel babies; Minnesota 16002 posts
7th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kitten Power:</b>" ah yeah, when i got to my 4th MC they ran some tests and told me everything is normal, but my partner hasn't had his sperm tested cause he wants me to go with him help ejaculate"</blockquote>




Why does he have to go anywhere my dh did it at home and brought it in. Why do they need to test him if you are getting pregnant, but just not maintaining it? Sounds like progesterone issues or maybe genetic but neither requires sperm samples

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting nursemaya (27weeks):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kitten Power:</b>" ah yeah, when i got to my 4th MC they ran ... [snip!] ... pregnant, but just not maintaining it? Sounds like progesterone issues or maybe genetic but neither requires sperm samples"

this

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63810 posts
7th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting nursemaya (27weeks):</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kitten Power:</b>" ah yeah, when i got to my 4th MC they ran ... [snip!] ... pregnant, but just not maintaining it? Sounds like progesterone issues or maybe genetic but neither requires sperm samples"</blockquote>




This.



If you're able to get pregnant, his sperm isn't the issue.

orchidlovingmama 2 kids; Santa Rosa, California 1733 posts
7th Jun '13

I'm a little late but since you're in my PT the post popped up. I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. Its entirely possible that you were further along than you realized. Many women have normal periods in pregnancy. I hope that you are able to get through this and find out what the problem is

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 19809 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting orchidlovingmama:" I'm a little late but since you're in my PT the post popped up. I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. ... [snip!] ... Many women have normal periods in pregnancy. I hope that you are able to get through this and find out what the problem is"


No, they don't. You can't have a period while pregnant. You can bleed like a period, but it's not a period.

orchidlovingmama 2 kids; Santa Rosa, California 1733 posts
7th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" No, they don't. You can't have a period while pregnant. You can bleed like a period, but it's not a period."</blockquote>




Okay well many women have had regular bleeding which mimics the pattern of their menstrual cycle and therefore is percieved to be a period. And obviously my point was that there is bleeding. I don't think this its a place to debate being a women has lost a baby have some respect

nursemaya mom to 3! 3 kids; 5 angel babies; Minnesota 16002 posts
8th Jun '13

so was the pregnancy test positive op? did you talk to your doctor?