I just read the chances of miscarrying at 16 weeks is 0.6 percent yet I've had 3 at this time, all boys. Beautiful. Healthy looking. Does it have anything to do with gender? Also I have not bled with any of them. I did, however, bleed with my girl, who is now 8, so I want to encourage anyone who is bleeding I heard if it's not enough to soak a pad but comes when your normal cycle is due, it may be ok- of course get checked anyway, but I know how scary this is. I'm more upset that they can fade away and I have no sign for weeks afterwards other than a mothers intuition. God bless all mums who have gone through this horrible experience. I'm getting induced tomorrow so at least I can 'meet' my little man and see him face to face. Some hospitals don't let you know you can do that.
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