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Just to say

Thank you ladies for your very supportive messages. Sorry it's taken a few days to update you every time I went to write a post it made me cry and I didn't know what to say. I had a D and C procedure on Friday and the baby was removed from the cervix it was very low down so this helped. The consultants only had to do the minimal because I was only 5 weeks. I had to give my consent to have the baby removed and that was hard I had to do what was right for myself and the baby. I only needed 1 stitch and this was removed on Saturday and I was discharged on Sunday. There was more bleeding before the procedure so this was better and also that it was in the cervix and not in one of my tubes. I went for another Scan on Monday and the Consultant said everything looked normal. I also went for a blood test and my pregnancy level is going down I have to go for another one next week. The Consultants were very understanding and did everything they could for me. I was concerned about the care and treatment I would receive because of having private fertility treatment this made no difference at all they treated me like I had a natural pregnancy. Me and my husband have been very unlucky as this only happens to 1 in 9,000 women. We have one embryo frozen and will be going back in April for the transfer. The clinic can give me medication to stop this happening again. For now I am just taking one day at a time. Thank you for reading my post. Love Tasha xx

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Hi Tasha

I'm so sorry about everything you've been through. It's good to know there is something they can do to prevent it happening again. Fingers crossed for April.



So sorry to hear what you've been through, great you have your frozen embryo for April something to keep positive about at this hard time x


One day at a time is all you can do. hurdle by hurdle has become my motto. I miscarried naturally in October so understand yr loss. But having to go through what you have is very hard. Just take it easy and be kind to yourself and eachother. I still have tearful, dark days but just try to think of my frozen embryos all waiting for me in February. That's all we can do. Take care. Xx


So sorry to hear this Tasha. I had a D&C in September. I found out at my 12 week scan that my babies had no heartbeat. Devastated isn't the word after TTC for over 3 years. I guess it does get easier but as Hope says above there are definitely still dark days. Feel ever so sad on times especially seeing all baby related things around me but staying positive and thinking positive. Sprinkling baby dust your way Hun. Xx


Hi Tasha,

I'm glad that the hospital treated you so well.

Look after yourself and hubby so you're ready for your next go. It's good that your clinic can give you medication to prevent it happening again.

Sending you my best wishes.


I'm sorry you've had to go through this. It's a huge loss. Take care and allow yourself the time to grieve. Good luck for your transfer in April. This time next year could be very different... x



Am so so sorry, but that isn't what you need to hear right now. Hope things ease and in tine you make a swift recovery mentally and physical.

Next time fingers crossed xx


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