I recently lost my first at 7w and we started ttc right away. Last week i took a test and it was positive, i am just a little nervous and i was wondering if anyone knew how likely it is to miscarry twice in a row? We want to be excited but we also don't want to get our hope up either. Any suggestions?View Thread
No i did not have a cycle after my last m/c. I know it isn't left over pregnancy hormone because i went to the doctor for another blood test and my level was almost zero. Should i have waited? My doctor said that they want a women to wait so that they can date you. But i have been wanting children and i was crushed that i lost my first baby. Also I did not know that there were so many boards, so hopefully no one is too upset at me. It is my first time on here and it seems that no one around me understands what i am going through. I also did not find out that i was expecting until last week. I will check out the other board as well. I just did not know that there were so many places for emotional support.View Thread
I think i am 6 weeks as well but im not quite sure. we are waiting until 9 weeks before going to the OB. I hope we both have happy healthy babies I am probably just as nervous as you are. We should keep each other informed on our progress. I am sorry about your losses , but everyone keeps telling me that trying right after a miscarriage helps you cope a bit more. So now we have our fingers crossed in hopes of a baby soon!View Thread
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