I am 18 years old and married. I have had three miscarriages this year so far.
After 4 months of ttc I fell pregnant at 6 weeks we saw a hb on ultrasound
At ten weeks one day I lost my baby jade due to missed miscarriage
I got other doctors opinions and took cytotec to enduce labor
Six months later of ttc I fell pregnant again just to have a chemical pregnancy
Two months later I fell pregnant I was 5 weeks 4 days and as of yesterday began
Having a natural mc...what's wrong with me I have.testing next week ....
I'm very sorry for your losses, the only thing I can say now, is that, now that you have had three and will be undergoing testeing hopefully they will find out whats causing yu to miscarry and you will then be able to go on to have a healthy pregnancy and baby, good luck :)
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