Hi, I really wish I could help you but I have know idea. Maybe when Christie comes around she would have some insight, she's a labour and delivery nurse and she's really knowledgeable. Try in the health boards, I've had good luck there.
I really don't know. You probably need to talk to a genetic counselor about this. I certainly do know of women who have had successful, normal pregnancies after having a fetal loss involving different trisomies. You will probably be encouraged to undergo genetic testing during the pregnancy, though.
hi well we have the same story almost. i to have lost several babies. I go in for my ultrasound and theres no heartbeat. I do have a bicornate uterus, but my doc wonders if that is the reason. i did go in for genetic testing and i have to wait a month for the results. that was very discouraging,but what can I do?? But i wanted to address your comment about wether or not you should forget having kids, I beleive that with God all things are possible and many women i have ran into have said that some Doc told them to forget it and they have kids now, so don't give up sweetie, it can happen!!!
Thank you all.Hopeinal post me about your results,i am concerned about you.my email id is manasa_1177***@****.
Blighted ovum and trisomy 16 are entirely different - and it would be very rare to have another trisomy pregnancy at your age. If it was a full trisomy (meaning a full third 16th chromosome) then is was most likely just random chance and you have a high probability of success next time. It is possible to test at 12 weeks for chromosomal abnormalities next time using CVS (assuming you live somewhere close to a skilled facility.)