MujerMamaMismo, I'm so glad everything's all right and that the bleeding has just about gone away! I remember your name from, I think, the July 2012 DDC forum? You and I had missed miscarriages at around the same time (mine was mid-December). Happy that we're both back so soon.
And hi everyone else, too. As I wrote in another thread a few days ago, I've been lurking but hadn't gotten up the nerve to post until recently. As I mentioned above, I had a loss last December at 9 weeks, discovered during an ultrasound (embryo had stopped developing between 7 and 8 weeks, and I had no warning signs of impending miscarriage). Thankfully, I conceived again the second cycle of trying, and here I am at 13 weeks. I've already had three scans, all perfect, including a nuchal translucency one along with some bloodwork that showed my baby at very low risk of any major chromosomal issues (a big relief, since I'm 39). The day I got those happy results (about a week after the last ultrasound), I also asked the doctor if he could use the Doppler on me for the first time. He was reluctant because he thought it was still a bit early, but gave in...and couldn't find the heartbeat (at one point he said he did, but it was slow enough that I think it was just mine and he was trying to make me feel better, and said it was 120 bpm...which would have been down from 177 bpm at the previous week's ultrasound). I didn't think it would bother me, since I knew there was a good chance he wouldn't find it with the Doppler, and he certainly didn't seem concerned...but of course then I started obsessing. Broke down and made an appointment for another ultrasound for next Tuesday, though I'm feeling a lot better, since I'm pretty sure I'm feeling little fetal flutters already. We'll see.
Anyway, DH and I haven't yet shared the news with anyone close to us, including our families and our DD (age 4). If all goes well with the next scan, I'll feel comfortable finally making some sort of announcement.