I miscarried at 8 weeks and 10 weeks, and two chemical pregnancies. All within the last year. In the past year, my husand and I have moved twice from one province to another, he was working in the new province a bit ahead of me, so all the packing and coordinating of the move was left up to me. It has been chaotic to say the least. In my case they also have found no concrete reason for m/c. They have done testing on the the tissue, full blood work ups, ultrasouds, etc. and no reason at all so far. My OB said that while stress is never good for you or the baby, he doesn't believe it leads to miscarriage. He said that it is extremely difficult to miscarry a healthy pregnancy. However, I have to wonder as we hear how stress can cause so many issues in our overall health. Things are much more settled for us now, and I am trying ot get pregnant again. I have a feeling this time it will be ok. I really believe the stress played a major role in my losses. I am so very sorry for your loss, and that you are going through such a difficult time right now. I wish you well and hope all works out.
"agdal" thanks so much. i am sorry to hear about your disappointments so far. i am 37 and starting to think i waited to long. but my husband is younger and i did not marry until 2007. i do not mind if they tell me it was my stress. they do not have to lie or protect me. then i will stop trying until my house is all fixed and the new job is underway. but no answer ??? thanks again and keep me posted on your progress.
brianne is so lovely. thanks so much.
I've m/c at 8,10, and 18 weeks, and an ectoptic > The first one was chromsomal it didn;t develop properly form the get go.. I had a missed m/c at 10 weeks and a stillborn at 18 due to listeria.. I've also lost my right tube but am willing to try again to have another baby with me..