Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:15 pm
First and foremost, I am so so sorry for your loss. Doesn't matter how early on you are, its never easy regardless. If you dont mind me asking, how many losses have you had? Only reason I ask is if its 3 or more, your OB should be doing some testing to figure out what could be potentially causing the losses. I was lucky and my OB started some blood work after my 2nd but they found nothing. Sometimes they need to go further than that so I started to see an RE b/c I felt like I didn't get the attention I deserved through my OB. They kept just saying that b/c i had one healthy child i'd have another. But after seeing a HB with my 3rd loss and then going on to lose it, I had to have answers. It was through her that we finally got the answers (which you can see below in my signature).
I would definitely demand some testing and see what you might be able to find out. If you haven't already have a chromosomal analysis done on both you and your DH/SO I would suggest it. Its just blood work. It was with my husband where the underlying problem was.
And I know what you mean on the months. I've gone through many "seasons" with my losses but eventually you realize that when you do get that sticky pregnancy, that that particular month will end up being the perfect one. :-) If you ever need to talk or want more info feel free to email me email@example.com
. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. (((HUGS)))
Amber - Mommy to.......
DS Maddox Stephen, Born 2/4/07
All my angels in heaven, #1 9/2010, #2 12/2010, #3 8/2011, #4 2/2012, #5 4/2012, #6 9/2012
DH diagnosed with a balanced chromosome translocation 11/2011
Pregnant with #2-A baby girl due in June!