Hi.My name is Marla and I am 41 and have been married for 18 years this would have been our first child..I lost my baby and left tube on 5-8-12. Baby was 8wks 2 days old and had a heartbeat per ultrasound done that afternoon was told to go directly to emergency room after the ultrasound and was immediatly admitted and had surgery to terminate pregnancy and removal of the left tube due to much damage. While they were in there they also saw that I had alot of scar tissue on my right tube so they removed it. Now they are telling us we have to wait at least 6 months before trying again. I am having a really hard time with this expecially the wait time...I have wanted this for so long and was so HAPPY when we got the postive test. I know that the wait time is so my remaining tube can heal completely so we are not at xuch a risk of this happening again....But I WANT MY BABY and right now do not know how I am going to get over the loss and move on if I cannot even try again........So confused and scared.View Thread
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