I think it's important that you go to the Dr. I'm sorry for your loss. But you want to make sure that nothing is wrong. And you don't have tissue that you haven't passed yet still in your uterus.View Thread
I recently had a miscarriage at 6 1/2 weeks. During the ultrasound, there was no heartbeat. After the D&C, my doctor did a tissue analysis and it came back trisomy 16. This pregnancy was a surprise but I was happy about it. My husband and I want to try again after I graduate from Grad school in may. What I'm worried about is this happening again. I had a miscarriage 5 years ago, which was the last time I was pregnant. I don't have any children. And I'm worried that there's something wrong with my eggs. Has anyone gone through what I went through?View Thread
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