"oh, I guess I should mention that I put those two things on my breasts, armpits, belly, sides, back, hips and thighs!!! LOL... I know it sounds like a lot, but if you do the oil before bed, by morning you'll not even notice the oiliness..."
Thank you for everything!
From your note: "I just happened to see that you were talking about a D&C... I'm so sorry.... I had no idea!! I will be praying for you!!!!" Thank you so much, yes I had to have one last Monday. We had been hoping that the missing heartbeat which we had see at week 6 (extremely low 64bpm) and then the next u/s it was not there, and there was no further growth. We were told back at wk 6 that it was very likely we would miscarry but we hoped and stayed positive until there was a reason to be otherwise. Unfortunately I wasn't having any m/c symptoms so I ended up having to do the D&C. We were devastated, but we are now finally able to move forward. We are slowly healing and with all the wonderful notes and messages, it has been easier!
Tks again xoxo,
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