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miscarriage question. nicholedoll1157 TTC since May 2013; 2 kids; Roseville, Michigan 198 posts
23rd Aug '13

So ladies. i hate the topic but i was wondering if anyone could enlighten me as to why i may have had 2 miscarriages since May, but 2 completely healthy pregnancies before. Im so confused.

♥Mama Constantine 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Texas 5806 posts
23rd Aug '13
Quoting nicholedoll1157:" So ladies. i hate the topic but i was wondering if anyone could enlighten me as to why i may have had 2 miscarriages since May, but 2 completely healthy pregnancies before. Im so confused."

It just happens. I've had one before each of my healthy pregnancies, and another one after my last DD was born.
I"m not sure why, but I'm sorry you have to go through it. :(

user banned Due January 20; 33 kids; North Carolina 14662 posts
23rd Aug '13

It just happens sometimes.
Heathen was born Nov '08. Miscarried June and Sept '12. Currently due Jan 21

Kells. 18 kids; Fucking, Austria 17622 posts
23rd Aug '13

Sometimes, things just happen. Miscarriages are actually very common. If they continue, I would consider getting checked out.
I had two healthy children and then a miscarriage. Who knows why.
Sorry for your losses.

Iyahna :^P Southern California, CA, United States 13036 posts
status 23rd Aug '13

I dont think anyone really knows.Most doctors wont even investigate it until you had at least 3 confirmed ones.Sometimes i wonder why i had mine.I was 12 weeks 5 days with a partial molar.Then i had 2( almost 3) healthy pregnancies.I was also in the statistic that if you had a partial your next pregnancies will end up the same.Obviously im not part of that.Sorry and i hope you get your answers.

nicholedoll1157 TTC since May 2013; 2 kids; Roseville, Michigan 198 posts
23rd Aug '13

Thanks! Ive done a ton of research and I lost both of my pregnancies around 7 weeks. Both fetus's never got bigger than 5 weeks. The first My Hcg levels were at 94,000 and the second 122,000. Its frustrating but i know theres nothing i could have done differently.

mary349 Japan 25 posts
26th Aug '13

Scarring in the uterus? Low progesterone? MTHFR mutation?

user banned 1 child; Thailand 33 posts
18th Aug

The mechanics of getting pregnant after a miscarriage are not much different than conceiving a baby at any other time, but there are some things you may want to know if you are trying to get pregnant after a miscarriage. Research show that women with low folic acid levels had a higher rate of miscarriage and were more likely to have fetuses with a chromosomal defect (one of the most common causes of miscarriage). Being in good health is one thing you can do to improve your chances of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy. Anyway, I've bought the 'Getting Pregnant Plan by Michelle Adams e-book' from aboutgettingpregnant(dot)com and after read it, it has a lot of information about boost your fertility and pregnancy stuff even if you have PCOS, hormone imbalance, after miscarriage, unknown infertility and irregular period too. Hope it helps.