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questions about missed carriage
I'm sorry to have come here about this but the group that is designated to this subject seems to be inactive.
Anyway, I was just recently diagnosed with a missed misscarriage. I was suppose to be almost 10 weeks but baby only measured at 7, no heart beat. I chose to wait it out and let things happen naturally. Is there anyone else with experience with this? I've been having some mild intermittent cramping but no bleeding at all. My pregnancy symptoms are pretty much gone. My boobs are no longer sore and heavy, nausea is pretty much gone. I had a feeling something was up when my nausea was all of a sudden gone within a week of it first showing up. Did anybody else get light cramping but no bleeding and loss or decrease in pregnancy symptoms and if so, how long did it take after experiencing the cramping did everything start to happen? I've been cramping for a few days now and it started before I even found out I had a missed misscarriage. If you are comfortable please share your experience! They told me it can  take weeks for my body to recognize the loss and basically I have to wait for my HCG levels to go down significantly enough that my body will recognize the loss. Hopefully these loss of pregnancy symptoms is a sign that it will be soon because I just want it to be over with :(

I discovered that conceiving within 3 months of giving birth highers the risk of misscarriage. I do have a 4 month old son and I conceived about a week or so before he turned 3 months old.
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I was pregnant with twins. I was and am very much in love with them and it hurts every day. I miss them. I lost them one month apart. I wanted to wait and allow the baby to pass but it can take weeks and you have to continually go to the doctor to make sure the baby is completely out. I had cramps but no blood. All my symptoms had been gone for almost a month before i found out the second had passed away. I decided for a d&c. It was over before i knew it and it allowed my body to heal better and sooner then if i had waited for them to pass. I couldn't take too flushing them down the toilet as i miscarried. The loss is painful. But here i am 5 months later and 10 weeks pregnant. I'm sorry for your loss, the love you have for them never goes away.
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Hello peaches... I'm currently on the same situation, my doctor just told me to wait for nature to do it.  It was suppose to be my first pregnancy, I had have some cramping and few spotting but nothing else. She mentioned that between one to two weeks. She send me to do another ultrasound to ease me, but all left to do is wait.
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