:( i am sorry you are going through this. you might try the Ask the Experts forum. i think they have a naturopath/herbalist there. not 100% sure, but perhaps they could direct you to some resources. also, the naturopath that i've seen sends everyone to the whole foods for supplements, so they might have what you are looking for. otherwise, you could probably find things online and get them shipped pretty fast.
First ultrasound - no heartbeat - Page 2
Thanks for asking the support from this site has been AMAZING and helped me so much when I got this sad news. I had to ban myself from this site and from any new google searches on missed abortion & miscarriage - I was making myself seriously crazy.
My update: back to the doc that same week, same results w/the ultrasound. Took my trip to family for Easter, had a nice time. Took a nice long bath at the hotel and had some type of revelation that I really needed to CHILL out, stop freaking out, and trust my body (the time away from the internet was probably helpful).
OB practice I was going to does NOT offer medication as an option but agreed that avoiding a D&C was my best bet (I already have a traumatized cervix from colps & cone biopsy).
So... 10 weeks today and really nothing has changed. Still pretty tired all the time, still have to eat constantly to avoid feeling naseous (but nothing that bad - definetely seemed to stabilize, not get worse as it did around 8 weeks w/previous pregs), I am back in my jeans though which makes me think something is shrinking/changing.
Just waiting it out, trying to look on the bright side that the semester is almost over (I teach) and I haven't (yet - fingers crossed) had to run out of work or miss a class.
I feel pretty at peace with the "situation" and am not too scared about the impending m/c. I think being patient/trusting my body is the biggest lesson out of this. Also, I've learned how common it is and am so thankful for this site for having a space to talk about these issues.
*hugs* sorry you are going through this. I lost one last november at 12 weeks, but knew it was coming for a week. I chose to wait it out as well and it was a pretty long drawn out process, my HCG didn't drop to 0 till around new years. Miscarriage is so common, it's sad more people in the mainstream don't talk about it. I know it would have made me feel better the first time to know so many women go through it. You're doing good mama, just hang in there, try to relax and take it easy.