I am *truly* sorry for your loss. I wanted to share my story with you in hopes that you find some comfort knowing that you are not alone out there. I *am* here if you ever need to talk.
I have been pregnant a total of 4 times-only one has survived. My 1st pregnancy was a loss at 12 weeks-the fetus stopped growing.
My 2nd loss was a little different. I took a test which came out positive but a lighter shade of blue then on the box. I then went to my doctor to confirm and it was positive as well-so I thought ok everything is fine. A few weeks later I had spotting and some cramping so I had an ultrasound confirming that I had what they called a blighted ovum-no fetus ever formed just the sac. Eventually I passed the sac and this was considered a miscarriage. This was the reason the positive sign on the test was so light-my hcg levels were down and never really went up from that point.
My 3rd pregnancy was a success and he is now a healthy 7 year old-the only problem we encountered was while he was in the womb we found that he had a 2 vessel umbilical cord instead of the normal 3.
My 4th pregnancy I made it to 22 weeks and Gabrielle was born in December (5 months ago today) due to a *possible* weakness in my cervix. It was *devastating*-a tragedy my family and myself face very day.
Once again, I am so sorry for your losses, I hope for the best during your future pregnancies. I *know* how hard it is each time we lose a chid whether is was early on or later-it is difficult, physically and emotionally. My heart goes out to you.
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Mom to Gradon McKenzie full term age 7
& Gabrielle Lynn our angel in heaven 12/7/05