So today i went for a ultrasound and they told me there was no baby there today i would be 8 weeks pregnant from my last ultrasound at 6 weeks the gestationa sac has grown the lady said i possibly am misscarrying so after the ultrasound i went to the ER and they ran test and my hcg levels were fine but the transvaginal ultrasound was read to be that there wasnt a yolk sac or heartbeat or baby and that i am misscarrying and for about a week ive been having browinsh discharge wich i thought was normal but when i left the ER coincidently the discharge was just red im sure its been blood and it hasnt stoped since 4 this afternoon.it hurts so much because this would have been my first baby i just wanna know how long would it take for the sac to pass and how did you ladys cope with this pain .....hurting so much inside i just dont know what else to think about than the baby i could of had.
I am very sorry for your loss. I know its a very hard thing to deal with. Your experience kind of sounds like mine. I was pregnant with my first and at 9 weeks I lost my baby. It was terriblr because the week before I had an ultrasound and I could see my baby and hear the heartbeat and it melted my heart! But the next week the day before my next ultrasound I started spotting brown and cramping and when I went for my ultrasound the baby wasn't in the sac and there was no heartbeat. I was devastated. When I got home I started bleeding bad and passed everything overnight. The rest of the bleeding last for about a week. It was tough to deal with but I eventually got over it and I knew my little angel was meant to be with god. It sucked though because we wanted to try again but my hcg level took 9 weeks to go down to 0!. It was awful waiting that long. But after 4 months of waiting and trying here I am pregnant again with my second baby I'm 4 weeks. So to answer Your question it is bery hard to deal with but you will be able to try again and I won't say forget about it but not feel bad about it if that makes sense. And about the sac question I started my miscarriage on a tuesday evening and tuesday overnight I passed all the tissues and clots til the morning. Then on friday morning I had passed the sac. It was broken in two pieces and was very big. Maybe like 5 inches long or so. Again I'm sorry for your loss. I hope this helped some. If you need to tall or more questions I'd be glad to answer. You will be okay eventually! Just relax and know your little angel will always be with you!
Im so sorry for your loss and it isn't easy to cope with the pain I no I had the baby blues when I lost my frist baby ..and still till this day I think of her , but I can tell u this it does get better in time ...
I'm sorry your experiencing this, its sounds like my experience last year, it was my first also, had brown discharge at 7wks so went for an ultrasound only to be told there was a sac and yolk but no baby, its called blighted ovum. Just in case dates were wrong we waited 2 weeks and went back, everything had been fine and my hcg levels were rising but unfortunately there was no change on the ultrasound, I ended up having a d&c at 10wks as my body had not recognised what was happening (missed miscarriage).
Being my first I was so excited and then so deflated when told the bad news, i took it quite hard and was very upset for quite a few months, it does get easier as time goes on, try to talk to your partner and family and grieve at your own pace.
Im sorry for your guys's losses like i said no one should go through this, knowing someone else has felt the pain i feel makes it seem like im not alone in this situation i know ill never get over it but i just hope its soon Because this feeling just ***** ill never forget my baby but for now i just want this to be all over. thank you girls for understanding and for your answers god bless you ladys.
You are absolutely not alone, I am so sore for your loss.
I bled for 3 weeks. The last two which were extremely heavy. Everyone is different but you absolutely want to make sure you have passed the sac and everything else so you can make sure you don't get an infection. I'd follow up with your doctor next week if you can about bleeding and getting another blood test to make sure your hormones are returning to normal
I like you was pregnant with my first. Its been 8 weeks since I lost baby. You have to grieve. If you need to talk anyone on this forum can help suppo. You they have been amazing for me and the other women.
No one can tell you when to stop grieving or how long the healing process can take. I still have some bad days. I wish yoi the best of luck during this time. Hugs
Definitely not alone. Just on June 3rd, I had the same problem. Bleeding with no cramping..scared half to death. I ran straight to the er as i had about 3 timrs prior for the same problem. Sonogram showed my little baby and the heart beating. They told me to relax at home. Bleeding is more common than i know. So i tried to stay as calm as possible and wait for my sonogram appt that coming Tuesday. Monday night, I used the bathroom and before i dropped the tissue, i looked back and saw a little long clot with a white thing on it. All i could do is stare at it trying to analyze what it could be even though i was almost sure. Someone banged on ny bathroom door and scared me so o flushed the toilet without saying a word, just waited for the next days appt. I told the sonographer what was going on and for there was no baby, no sac or nothing in thrte. She kept asking me was i sure about seeing the baby before until i shoeed her the sonogram picture i had showed her from a week prior. Today i would be 10.6 weeks and feel like crap still. I know its still early but people act like you are supposed to get ovrr it so easily. I say **** everybody and i will grieve until i feel better
You're not alone in anyway. In the 17 I had my first ultrasound which showed a heartbeat of 127 less then 24 hours later I went to my specialist and was told my uterus was empty. I have been bleeding on and off since then with some mild cramping. I don't know when I will pass everything. Each pregnancy is different. With my first miscarriage I bleed heavily for says and cramped like there was no tomorrow. I felt like I was dying. I passed everything right away. The baby literally fell into my hands. I wish there were answers. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know it doesn't seem like it but it dies get easier. You will never forget but it will be easier in time.
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