So very sorry for what your family is healing from. I had severe endometriosis for years and tried to get pregnant for a very long time. I decided to keep trying and in Sept. 2006 it finally happened! The test was positive and my life changed forever...but after only being 5 wks along, i went for some bloodwork to check my ECG levels, they were exteremely low and had drastically went down. my obgyn at the time was very insensitive to the matter.I was told t axayhat a dnc was not nescessary at only 5wks. I was sent home and told to prepare myself mentally b/c there was no chance for a miracle, the baby was dying. I miscarried 2 days later. I dont feel this pain will EVER go away. I had to have a complete hysterectomy and lost my ovaries less than a year later...with no children.This is 2013, my soul lost a piece of itself in 2006 that i will never get back. I am here to listen to anyone who needs help...i feel pain just as you do. thanks for listeningView Thread
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