Another little angel had joined my family. We lost our little one on Saturday. I've been very sad. Trouble sleeping. I know I'll be OK. It's just soooo hard. And no one but another woman who has been through this understands. This was my 7th pregnancy and would have been my 4th child. We will start TTCing again after things settle down. Sending all I have out to you guys knowing your love and support will come back 10 fold. Hugs to all.View Thread
I don't know the answer for your body. Everyone's body is different. My m/c cleared on its own without a D&C. I wasn't quite as far along as you... 8w2d. I could tell something was wrong and within 2-3 days my body had responded accordingly. I would definitely talk to the DR about this at your 2nd US. Don't give up TTCing. It will come.View Thread
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