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December 12th, 2005, 05:21 PM
singlecrochet singlecrochet is offline
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I definitely want to add my 2 cents here. I agree with the gal that pointed out that the wand is no more irritating that intercourse or a pap smear. The fact that you were spotting and that your cervix was still closed are not relevant to the wand. You were likely spotting because the miscarriage was already beginning. The cervix doesn't open up right away once the body realizes it's miscarrying. Think of it like labor and delivery. You have to labor for quite some time before the cervix is fully dilated. On a smaller scale the same thing happens with a miscarriage. I'm guessing the pregnancy was already over and having the ultrasound or NOT having the ultrasound would not have changed it. It may have helped your body speed up the process, but that's all. When a pregnancy is good it takes a LOT to end it. When a pregnancy is imperfect, nothing can stop it's demise.
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