Hello Ladies! I am 25 years old. My husband and I miscarried in August for the first time. We got pregnant again in November and miscarried for the second time in December. Both pregnancies ended around 6 weeks. I want to try again but am very scared I will miscarry. We are trying for our first baby. I will be having some tests done in about 4 weeks to see if my body is causing or will continue to cause miscarriages. My husband and I have compatible blood types. Have any of you had two consecutive miscarriages before a full term pregnancy and went on to have a perfectly healthy baby after? My doctor told me to wait one cycle and try again. I want a baby but I am hesitant to try again. I can obviously get pregnant but I am scared I cannot carry a baby. I was on prometrium pills with the second pregnancy just as a precaution, but I wasn't prescribed them until after I had started spotting. I believe it was already too late. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
There have been many women on MedHelp who have had multiple miscarriages and still gone on to have healthy babies at some point. I think there are a couple who have had as many as 3 or 4 before a healthy pregnancy. Don't give up hope. Just keep doing what you are doing and staying in contact with your doctor and I think you'll be fine. Good luck to you and I'm so sorry you have had to go thru 2 losses.
i had a miscarriage at 6 week in jan of 2010. then i had another miscarriage in jan of 2011 at 5 weeks. I then got pregnant 2 weeks after my miscarriage and now i am currently 9 weeks pregnant and everything is fine so far! this is my first baby also and they wanted to do testing after my second miscarriage but i told them no. and so far everything with this pregnancy is fine! i hope this helps. just never give up!
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