I have been reading whenever I can but seems whenever I get on to post, DH kicks me off of late. I have been thinking of you all.
RCR- Hugs for going through this all, and I hope you get back good news from the docs-- whatever that may be. For what it's worth that intuitive lady told me she didn't see any more babies for me, maybe not for a long time if ever. I asked that back in Feb and it's now September tomorrow and not once did I get a bfp so far. I hope it wasn't the power of belief having that effect, or else what does it say about my weak willed mind, lol. I took it with a grain of salt, and relied on my own prayers, but still nothing. We have male factor as our main issue and are thinking about maybe possibly but we'll see going the IUI route someday. DH is against it. And our pocketbook.
Apricot- hugs to you too. I am sure working with pg/birth doesn't make it easier to experience your own loss either. But maybe it does?
Sweetest- holding out hope for you! No spotting and up temps is good!
sylvies- good luck on this first IVF. I know nothing about it.
For all the talk of miscarriages lately, I am wondering something. I have had one m/c but it was years ago. It was diagnosed in the ER; they did an u/s and told me no heartbeat and baby was behind in growth and so it had died. I went in to the ER cause of sudden vomiting, whereas previously had no morning sickness. This began on 6 weeks pg almost to the day. Thing is I have always had late ovulations. Didn't chart back then, but knew that conception occurred a good 3 weeks after my FDLMP, not two weeks. So wouldn't I have "measured behind' by their standards, based solely on LMP since that's what OBs go by? And would a h/b for sure have shown by then anyway? I don't know why I would go for a month of pg without any m/s and suddenly feel sick that day and throw up several times. It could have been the sudden onset of bad m/s I guess. However, at the ER they said I was getting septic or something from the baby having died and tissue infecting and not being spelled. That is, it was a "missed abortion" (awful term) or missed m/c technically. They admitted me and did a D&C the next day, which of course I went along with being young and ignorant-- assumed docs must be correct.
Something I've wondered a long time is that does everyone/most/anyone? experiencing a missed m/c, some many weeks later than I, experience sudden vomiting as a signal that something was wrong? If most people don't, then maybe that means something.
How likely is it the docs could have been wrong based on dates and the baby was too little to see h/b etc? How likely, IYO, that the sick was because of having missed m/c going "septic" or whatever versus the onset of morning sickness? This has haunted me for years.