would say there is always that chance. If they saw the sac then whats the problem? Your levels are going up too... i would think your prego and to have them leave you alone.... but its not me. Seems if they saw it and its not a problem let nature take its course.View Thread
Hello! Im currently 11weeks with baby number 3! I have 2 beautiful little girls and we are hoping for a little prince this go around! This was a completely unplanned baby, as i have a copper IUD. Seems after my 2nd daughter was born my Dr. Put it in wrong, shoving it into my uterine wall! So they cant take it out til i have a Needed planned C-section to remove it and the baby. I am almost out of the Worried miscarry zone, and will be on the high risk side for preterm labor and infections, pretty much i will be a pin cushion for tests to make sure every things ok. Im doing yoga and stress breathing alot to avoid stressing over the things that could go wrong right now. This baby, according to my new Dr. had an amazingly low conception chance with how the IUD was sitting, so im taking this as a miracle, not anything less. So unplanned or not we are very excited! Bright side i will have Ultrasounds ever 2weeks to every month. So higher chance of seeing baby's gender! wooh! so Im joining you ladies for the April baby due dates! yayView Thread
Some women just bleed as implantation takes more affect. With my first i spotted a bit off & on til about week 8 & turned out fine. Every ones body does pregnancy a little different. Try to relax, stress is never a good thing. i have to keep telling myself that too, so i know how its is. I got told on monday that i was 10weeks prego but i have an IUD in place. well according to the ultrasound he jammed it into my uterine wall when they placed it! so if i dont miscarry ( a good chance) i have a big big chance for premature & or bed rest. They will have to remove it during a planned C-section...Babies are a blessing but we hadnt planned til next year. guess life likes to keep you on your toes. hope everything goes well hun. Normally a miscarry has bad bad cramping & lots of bleeding, sounds like your bodies just getting in gear for the big job ahead ^_^View Thread
Monday we found out that my IUD has shifted and begun to grow into my uterine wall. It is a slight blessing in disguise because we are now pregnant with baby number 3! But im worried sick, because they cant remove the IUD without surgery. The baby is up high and safe for now, & i havent had much cramping or pain except when they tried to pull it out in the ER and thats when i wanted to cry. Luckily so far i havnt miscarried & where the IUD is might bode well in not hindering babies growth, but could cause preterm labor! If everything goes well (crosses fingers) they would remove it when i had the C-section, as Vbacs are not allowed in Montana hospitals due to insurance reasons. I have to pray that everything goes well til December when we move from Wyoming back to Montana where i go back to my normal doctor & deliver, with all hopes, in April. Any advice on risky pregnancies, well wishes or anything else would be amazing. Ive been worried sick since monday. Thank you!View Thread
Just tested positive this morning, But ive got a copper IUD. Ive got 2 little girls so pregnancy isnt new to me & i feel pregnant. Im going to the ER in a few minutes to see if everythings ok and to get a blood test. But am i alone here? Ive done the copper IUD before & this never happened, im worried sick the baby could be hurt or i could miscarry. Any support would be very much appreciated thank you.View Thread
ER confirmed with a blood test. Im 6W 2d. they could not remove the iud in the ER. seems stuck in or on my cervix. baby seems safe. Going to my OBGYN appointment tomorrow to see if they wanna keep it in and remove it during the C-section or try take it out again. my goodness i hurt >_<View Thread
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