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Miscarriage & pregnancy loss
18/08/2012 at 10:37
hey ladies .. sorry to bother you all but i really need some help or support as well im scared =[. I have a 8month old little girl and literally a month after having her i fell pregnant but sadly lost the baby at 3months.They said my sac was misshaped and that it just hadnt developed. I had no signs, no symptoms of a miscarriage and wasnt until the scan i found out that id miscarried ... was sad times .recently i found out im pregnant again now and of course i was happy and people say if youve had one misscarriage the chances of another are low etc . I worked out im about 4 weeks pregnant. 3 days ago i started getting cramps in my stomach i went to my local doctor who told me to just take it easy and it could just be implantation. so i went home then the next day more cramps but this time worst alot worst ... so my oh took me up the hospital and i got checked over they took blood did a pregnancy test felt my tummy and so on but all came back fine
Then yesterday morning i got a phone call from the epac centre they wanted me to go down straight away for a scan. The sonographer did a scan but couldnt see much so she did an vaginal scan thing ..... she said i was measuring at about 2 weeks pregnant and that the sac was a normal size and shape
please has anyone else had any similar experiences or know anything about any of this ? as im going out my mind xxx
19/08/2012 at 21:12
30/04/2014 at 17:11
I am so sory for your loss. My first pregnancy I had a missed miscarriage too, where the baby didnt grow in the first 3 months, but the sack continued to do so. Apparently even through they tell you that the pregnancies are unrelated and wont effect this pregnancy, you still worry. I really feel your pain. Im pregnant again now, and almost due to give birth.
All I can say is not to put your body under any emotional or physical stress. As this time the baby is still quite vunerable. Eat and sleep properly, as you should do, to get normal health. Keep mobile phones away from pockets, and do not sit next to wifi router or anything else that emits radiaiton, as it is known to effect the development of anything organism. There are research studies where identical plant where used to in the test, and one next to wifi router and the other in a normal place, and the one next to the wifi router did not grow, but the one in room which was wifi free, flourished.
30/04/2014 at 17:13
We live in a toxic world. So you need to research on everything to make sure you minimise toxic, radition etc... as much as possible. Go natural and go organic. you can google/ youtube GMO and you will find studies and reports from scientist and researcher that eating GMO makes the lab animals infertile.
I normally go to naturalnews.com to find out alternative news of what I am taking, as the advtanges are normally pushed by the salers anyway.
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