Hello everyone, my name is Jennifer and I too have had a m/c back in March of 2008. I had been trying for 4 years, and I;ve even taken clomid, but I was told my husband and I would not have children unless we have the invitro.. We could never afford that stuff, then one most amazing day I'll never forget, March 12, 2008 it was actually my birthday that day and I just had a feeling. My husband kept telling me know on taking a p/g test, but i insisted on it. Well i won and took the test only my husband had to read the results and i could not cry if it was neg.
well we was positive and yes we drove to the store to buy another test and we again was pos. we was so happy then a few short weeks later i was at work when i began bleeding ad was put on bed rest for weeks before i found out i was losing my angel.View Thread
I'm very sorry to hear that, mine i know happened back in 2008 and i'm still not over it. I still have my 2 pee pregnancy tests in a check book box wrapped in toilet paper. I feel so empty alone scared tired I never have anyone to talk too.View Thread
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