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Asked by cquinn84

Q: Trying for another after misscarrying

Hi everyone. I have a 4 yr old daughter, a 2 year old son and a 1 year old son. Inbetween my daughter and my second son I had a misscarriage and just had a misscarrige in November. Has anyone ever experienced something similar and have you concieved a healthy baby after 2 misccariages? We would like to have one more baby but I am terrified of going through the misscarriage process again.

This question was asked Feb. 13, 2012 8:24pm
Category: Trying for Another

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Answered by cquinn84 - Feb. 14, 2012 9:33am
Thank You so much for you awnser. It is helpful and gives me the courage to keep trying :)

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Answered by a member - Feb. 14, 2012 8:19am
I had 2 boys, my boys were only 2yrs old and 3 months old when I fell pregnant again, and at 9 weeks I had a m/c, 6 weeks after my m/c I found out that I was pregnant again turns out I got pregnant just 2 weeks after my m/c, my daughter is now 4 yrs old! I had another baby last July which was scary for me because I am high risk and bled a lot had to take progesterone shots to keep from m/c my last 2 babies but they were worth it.

I know its hard and it hurts so bad to lose a baby...but if I would have given up trying for fear of losing them I wouldn't have my 2 youngest right now :) I have 4 kids ages 7, 5, 4, and 7 months old. My m/c was between my 5 and 4 yr old ...still hurts bad even though it happened over 4 yrs ago.

I will pray for you, that is all that got me through my loss and my struggles with almost losing my babies. Good Luck and God Bless

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