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I am just now going through my second miscarriage in 2 1/2 months. I got pregnant the end of May and lost the baby June 7th, ended up pregnant again right after which I thought would mean I had my rainbow baby and my tests just turned negative, waiting on my official beta now.
What sort of tests can I have ran to see if they can find a reason for the losses?? I don't understand why this is happening now.
I'm so sorry you are going thru this. In my expirience, even tho my losses were much later than 'normal' they wouldn't do tests until I had had 3 losses in a row. Insurance wouldnt cover the tests so the drs don't do them. Plus they say that losses are so 'common' I hate how they word things... They are our babies, not numbers.
As far as a blood clotting disorder showing up after having normal births and no history- yes! It can happen at anytime.
My OB is being really amazing. She said that she will run the panels for me. That since I had two so close together after having 4 normal/healthy pregnancies that she would want to find out now and see if we can do something.
But, I don't know now if I want to try again. This miscarriage hurts more physically than the last one but I'm still grieving the first one and emotionally I don't think I can handle another one.
I am so sorry for your loss. I had three losses in six month then had Beau and Tessa, then a second term loss. As for trying again depends on if feel your family is complete. My rainbow babies are worth every tear.
As for issues after four perfect pregnancies, it happens seriously my three losses my official diagnoses was bad luck. My loses were a blighted ovum, fetal demise, chemical. Any way I think that chemical pregnancies are considered a near pregnancy and dismissed by doctorS.