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Well now that I am 11 weeks I thought it was about time I added my story. I married my best friend Mike in June 2006 and we started TTC from there. I got pg in Augest of 06 with a girl that we later named Samantha Marie. I found that I had lost her to Turner's Syndrom on Oct. 25th 06 and had to have a D&C on the 26th. That is how we were able to find out it was a girl. We waited 1 cycle before trying and found out that we were pg again in Jan. 07 but found out at 5 weeks that it was a bligh ovum. I went on to m/c on Feb. 19th 07. We again waited 1 cycle before TTC again and it took us a year to get pg again. I had started my first round of Clomid on Feb 1st and I found out I conceived around the 15th of Feb so in my mind our angels thought it was time to let us have our wish of having a baby. I was very nervous when I found out I was pg again because I was so scared that I would m/c again. I had some spotting the first day and 1/2 but then it went away. We had our first ultra sound on April 2nd 08 and thats when we got to see our little bean and see and hear thier heartbeat, a strong 170 BPM. I am currently waiting on my next appointment and getting more nervous as it gets closer that our dream will be taken from us. I'm feeling really good about this pg but still cant help worry at times because it still seems like a dream. Well that is my story. I hope it helped at least one person to know that you can get pg after a m/c and the best thing to do it take it one day at a time.